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episode 6 features me teaching you how to farm! Quick note : by using bone meal which is made from bones in the crafting bench you can speed up the growing of crops by right clicking on the crop with bone meal ! Bread = 3 wheat Bread heals 2.5 hearts, not 3 Pork chops heal 3 (when cooked) and 1.5 (when raw) Wheat is easy to grow, takes about 5 to 15 minutes, depending on the lighting conditions that it is in. WATER AND A LIGHT SOURCE are required to grow crops such as wheat, other crops can be grown such as sugar cane (which can be turned into sugar) Also sugar cane can be used to create books (i think) Hoes – a wooden hoe for example would give you less seeds when right clicking on grass, a stone hoe would be slightly better, and so on, wooden hoes degrade faster than any other, which is basically for all tools Wood Stone Iron Gold Diamond Since the Beta 1.2 update, wood and stone tools have increased durability, meaning that wood tools have 60 uses, stone tools have 132 uses and diamond tools have 1562 uses. Tilling a dirt block which has a dirt block on top of it will change it to farmland even though it cannot be used. If a hoe is used on a block horizontally adjacent to such a block, the first block will revert to dirt and the selected block will not be tilled. The hoe will still take one point of damage from each use. There is a glitch with bedrock that makes use of the Hoe. Placing a dirt block under a bedrock block, tilling the dirt, and removing the dirt block
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Wood Plane Setup



Showing the minimum setup necessary for a plane to function at a working level. You can spend hundreds or even thousands trying to buy the tool that makes you an expert woodworker. There are dozens if not hundreds of sharpening plans that show a variety of methods to bring the edge of a tool to the perfect edge. I’m not going to attempt to pitch any method of sharpening. I will talk about the need for perfection. Before you buy into the concept that cost makes value consider what the end result of the process will be. For the controlled removal of wood few things have the versatility of the common plane. The goal is to hold the blade at a controlled angle to the wood and limit the depth that the blade can penetrate the surface. Set the blade for a heavy cut and it can tear off a millimeter at a time. With the blade set to barely show below the sole of the plane it can take off wispy thin .04 millimeter shavings. Does it take a liquid nitrogen quenched blade honed to 12000 grit on a diamond paste strop, held in a polished bronze plane body with rosewood trim to achieve the heights of cutting wood? Turn off the power tools, pull up a chair and learn how to really use the tools that built most of today’s world. Think green, live lean.
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Matthew Platt from Workshop Heaven (www.workshopheaven.com) takes on the ‘wood from hell’ with a back bevelled Clifton 4-1 bench plane (http Made in Sheffield using traditional methods and materials, Clifton planes are beautifully engineered tools. Clifton plane castings are fully annealed – a process that introduces greater stability than weathering and introduces strength to the grey iron without any loss of stiffness – critical in an object that you want to remain as true as possible. After careful machining the bodies are precision ground and checked to 1.5 thou in order to ensure that they will be well within the British Standard of 3 thou by the time they get to the customer – wherever in the world they may be. Each Clifton cutting iron is hand forged on a spring hammer from a huge bar of Sheffield carbon steel. The forgings are hot-struck with the makers mark, precision ground and carefully quenched and tempered to optimise the edge taking and retention qualities that hand forged Sheffield steel is famous for.

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Learn how to adjust the depth of cut for a power planer and get professional tips and advice from an expert carpenter on using tools for leveling, shaving and shaping wood in this free woodworking video. Expert: teacherjon Bio: Jon holds a Bachelors of Science in Education and Human Sciences degree, with an endorsement in Industrial Technology Education from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Filmmaker: Jon Olson
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Change your trimmer bit to alter the cut. Learn about the different types of bits for a laminate trimmer in this free woodworking video from an expert carpenter. Expert: Slawek Hadziewicz Contact: www.designerwoodconcepts.com Bio: Slawomir “Slawek” Hadziewicz has worked for a wood shop since 1997. He owns his own wood shop in Clearwater, Florida called Designer Wood Concepts. Filmmaker: Adolph Ramirez
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When building a deck, have the right tools such as a flat bar to pry up slim wood, a crowbar to pull up large wood pieces and a skill saw for cutting planks. Keep the right deck building carpentry supplies ready withtips from a deck repair specialist in this free video on home improvement. Expert: Steve Snow Contact: decksrusonline.com Bio: Steve Snow, owner of Decks R Us, has been repairing decks in the Cottonwood, Sedona area for five years. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler
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theapprenticeandthejourneyman.com A woodworking video tutorial on how to make a custom wood turning, a fruit bowl. In part 1 of this wood project we focus on accurate set-up of the 10 inch compound miter saw, cutting of 12 wood staves, and 12 vertical spacers. We also concentrate on the assembly and gluing of the segments that shape the fruit bowl. Beginning woodworkers as well as intermediate woodworkers will enjoy this wood turning technique. visit…TheApprenticeandTheJourneyman ………….Learn more, Experience more!

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Learn how to use some setup tips for a jack plane and get professional tips and advice from an expert carpenter on using tools for rough finishing and smoothing edges of wood in this free woodworking video. Expert: teacherjon Bio: Jon holds a Bachelors of Science in Education and Human Sciences degree, with an endorsement in Industrial Technology Education from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Filmmaker: Jon Olson
Video Rating: 3 / 5

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