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Spokeshave for neck 


I have the opportunity to buy some Lie Nielson tools from an estate.
They have both a flat and curved spokeshave, so I am wondering which one I should get or both?



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very early on. It grips you in a way that you can't get away - Paco Pena
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Stephen Eden


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RE: Spokeshave for neck (in reply to Cervantes

I've got a flat spoke shave and find that to be perfectly fine. I use a series of flat chamfers to create the neck profile so it works really well for that.


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