Peter Sefton Chisel and Plane Grinding DownloadPSFS_SERIES1CHIPLAGRIND
Peter Sefton Chisel and Plane Grinding. Grinding is a key element in preparing your tools for sharpening – woodworkers need to master a minimal amount of grinding in a controlled and safe way to ensure the longevity of their tools, without losing the steel’s temper.
In this video Peter explains when you need to grind, and how to use the various grinding systems on the market as well as covering grinding without machines for those on a budget.
Packed with tips and best practice pointers, Peter teaches how to set up and maintain grinders, how to use tool rests and jigs, and grind chisels with both flat and cambered plane blades. to grind chisels and how to grind both flat and cambered plane blades.
Also available as a DVD
Peter Sefton is the owner of Wood Workers Workshop and is an award winning Master Craftsman and Commercial Designer Maker with 35 years’ experience in bespoke furniture making. With our partners at Artisan Media, Peter brings his fine furniture making knowledge to a series of DVD's and Digital Downloads to share with everyone.
One of only 300 Liverymen of the Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers, he was recognised for his work in education and the development of craft skills. He is a qualified Furniture Lecturer and Assessor and has his own internationally renowned private Furniture School in the heart of England. Peter has devoted the past 20 years of his professional career to teaching and mentoring woodworkers.
He also writes regularly for magazines; he is a well-rounded furniture maker with vast experience in hand tool techniques, wood machining, veneering and designing.
- WHEN TO GRIND?
- HIGH SPEED GRINDERS
- WATER COOLED GRINDERS
- GRINDING WITHOUT MACHINES
- TOOL RESTS AND JIGS
- DRESSING THE STONE
- GRINDER SET UP AND MAINTENANCE
- GRINDING STRAIGHT CHISELS
- GRINDING FLAT PLANE BLADES
- GRINDING CAMBERED BLADES
- TORMEK FOR ALL SHARPENING
NTSC | English | Stereo | Color | Widescreen | Shot and mastered in HD |
Total Running Time 1hr 45min