He used to until the new tools came out. Look back a few years and
you'll see our friend, Tom Silva (or was it Nahm's young pup who left
the show?), coping things with a power coper of some sort. I forgot
what it was called, but it was neat and fast. It might have been this
one http://www.easycoper.com/ but it hs been too long since I saw that
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Nmnn4DPrUc It wasn't this one.
Education should provide the tools for a widening and deepening
of life, for increased appreciation of all one sees or experiences.
It should equip a person to live life well, to understand what is
happening around him, for to live life well one must live life with
awareness. -- Louis L'Amour
Keep this in mind also. Seldom is a baseboard painted on both sides, unless
preprimed. What happens to a piece of thin lumber that is only milled on
one complete side? Normally it will warp/cup. Solution, mill both sides.
I always do this when planing boards.
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