Lately I've taken to counting my strokes when breaking edges, in an
effort to promote consistency. Additionally, I like to do *just*
enough to make it look good without wasting any effort. My latest
kick is 4 passes on hard maple drawer boxes. up-back-up-back
While this is certainly sufficient, I'm interested in knowing if
anyone has had any experience with cornering tools that put a 1/16"
roundover on an edge. Examples can be seen here...
I like the idea of one quick pass, a uniform edge, and no wasted
effort. I don't like the idea of catching the grain of expensive
hardwood that has been painstakingly milled to size. Has this been an
issue? Are these legit? Some googling has produced mixed reviews...
What about the Radi-Planes? http://tinyurl.com/34b3a These have
rec'd. somewhat better press. They appear to be somewhat sturdier,
but the proof is in the..uhh..roundover.
I can sand that board in 1 note.