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Jan 31 2014

Shooting Boards for the Veritas Shooting Sander

Veritas and Lee Valley Tools have recently released their new Veritas Shooting Sander. We offer a full line of shooting boards and accessories for use with the Veritas Shooting Sander.

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Our Veritas Shooter Line of Shooting Boards.

Do you have or want a Veritas Shooting Plane or Shooting Sander? These tools will interchange on the same shooting board. Use our ‘Veritas Shooter’ shooting board for both!

For the woodworker who is not ready to invest in handplanes and the sharpening maintenance that is part of using planes to their full potential, the Veritas Shooting Sander is a great tool that will allow for utilizing the full advantages of a shooting board. If you already are an avid shooting board enthusiast, this tool opens the shooting board’s options and capabilities even further, making the toughest jobs that need truing possible and easier.
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Aug 28 2013

Shooting Boards for the Veritas Shooting Plane

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p>Veritas and Lee Valley Tools have released their long awaited Veritas Shooting Plane. It is a very nicely engineered plane, that is very adept at it’s tasks. We have a full line of custom made shooting boards ready to order for it as well!

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May 21 2013

Dovetailed Boxes and Casework

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Dec 28 2012

Shuteing – Chuteing – Chute – Shooting Boards

Published by under Shooting boards,Woodworks Store

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Dec 26 2012

Gift Card Purchasing and Evenfall Studios.

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p>We’ve had many inquiries over time about purchasing from Evenfall Studios using gift cards, or if we accept gift cards for payment here at Evenfall Studios. The answer is two part. Yes, there are ways to fund your purchases from us with monies from gift cards, but we generally can’t process the cards themselves directly.

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Dec 15 2012

Shooting Board Accessories II: Performance Enhancers

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Dec 12 2012

Shooting Board Accessories I: Fences

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p>Accessories for a shooting board? Well yes! Nothing brings the fit and finish of woodworking to perfection like a shooting board. High accuracy and shooting versatility is a hallmark of our shooting board line.

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Dec 01 2012

Shooting Boards. Why Shoot?

It’s one of those questions I get asked quite often, and interestingly, the answer is pretty succinct. Precision, safety and accuracy. But the reasons behind why we may want to shoot come from a lot of different woodworking situations, and these situations can usually be improved by using an accurate shooting board.

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Having a shooting board can be a solution to many woodworking’s problems. What a shooting board does in it’s most basic form is create a chute for a hand plane to slide squarely (side to side, and front to back) to the work, and position a fence to hold the work at a specifically given angle, such as 90 or 45 degrees, so that the end grain of the work can be planed square and smooth. The finish result desired is the smooth finish and squareness front to back, top to bottom. Continue Reading »

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Oct 12 2012

Woodworking Tools for the Left Handed Woodworker. (Righties Too!)

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Sep 14 2012

Golden Ratio Calculator for Woodworkers

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Phi= 1 + the square root of 5 over 2. (approximately the ratio of 1 : 1.618)

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