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    Exclamation Finally I found an interesting explanation for shooting boards!

    Guys, I am excited as finally I had my questions on shooting boards answered in that video.

    Perhaps this video also can add something for you more experienced ones, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5BgSiar3Ws&feature=youtu.be

    I would like to know your feedback and critics also. Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Bruce Page; 09-04-2019 at 12:44 PM.
    All the best.

    Osvaldo.

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    You've found one of the best resources in Bob.
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    Osvaldo,
    Thanks for posting that video. I enjoyed it!
    Fred
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    Thank you for posting, Osvaldo, enjoyed the video as well.

    I have and use each of the shooting boards he demonstrates except the one he compares more to a miter jack concept, like this one:
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    I won’t argue that when doing miters it is ideal to work the plane and shooting board from opposite ends (keeping reference faces and edges oriented correctly), however, I have found that a thin shim (a playing card, for example), can make up for any minor miter issues that might occur. Obviously, you do need to work from opposite sides for molding, which I can do with a standard plane versus my shooting plane. Or, I use a miter trimmer to make final cuts for molding.
    Last edited by Phil Mueller; 09-04-2019 at 8:44 AM.

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