Ben used this right angle driver for the first time on the top of this
3-step Shaker style step stool.
Check out the slender space inside the top of the step stool. The right angle drill didn't fit into that narrow space, but the Milescraft Drive 90 worked great.
For approximately $25, you have expanded the possibilities for your Kreg Tools pocket jig.
This SlickPlane from Woodstock International is a Slick, Little Tool.
The SlickPlane is a hand-held woodworking tool built to round the sharp edges
on your free wood project plans.
If you don't own a router, you can round your board edges with this edge planer.
The edge planer is also a perfect woodworking tool for kids!
Woodstock W1100 Slickplane
With the SlickPlane you can make a consistent, 1/16" radius on edges of your wood. This is much better than hand sanding the edges, and much simpler than using a router.
The SlickPlane comes with complete instructions to set-up, adjust and use.
As with any new tool, we recommend that you practice using this new tool on scrap wood until you are comfortable using it on one of your free diy woodworking plans projects.
An angled brass sole on the downside of the edge planer helps you to hold the plane on a 45 degree angle. You want the planer to be supported by the two faces of your board.
The front cutter makes a rough cut of the 1/6" radius. The back cutter produces the final smooth finish.
The edge planer is easier to use going with the grain, rather than on board ends going across the grain.
Ben used this edge plane on the
Kreg Tools toybox.
He rounded the edges all around the inside and outside of the top, as well as on all 4 vertical edges. The softer look was definitely more pleasing.
For about $20 you can add the SlickPlane to your woodworking tools set.