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Walke Moore Tools There are several quality tool makers today and we hope to be among them, though our focused efforts will be on offering tools that are either not readily available today or are being made at an inferior level. Our goal is to design tools that function flawlessly, look beautiful, and last for generations. Located in upstate NY, our shop primarily consists of a full-time professional woodworker and a mechanical-engineer-turned-hand-tool-woodworker-turned-tool-maker. We design and try to manufacture everything we sell, but in some cases a certain component of our tools may not be feasible to produce ourselves. When we do outsource a portion of our tools, it is exclusively to local businesses ensuring that everything we sell is 100% American made.

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Old 08-01-2013, 02:21 PM
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Default New to Sharpening?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/o7s1v52nsl...0Handtools.pdf

If anyone is new to sharpening handtools and looking for an overview of the process, I've uploaded some information in the attached link to a 2-hour class I teach. It's meant to compliment what is being taught in the class and give students something to refer back to, as a result there isn't a lot of information around technique, etc. (because that would be demonstrated live in the class).

In any event, I hope some will find it helpful.

(I posted this same thread in the "sharpening" section. I will also be teaching classes on understanding hand saws, hand planes, etc. and will post that material as it is completed.)

-Aaron
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