Exactly. Holding the

Posted by Charlie Jones on Mar 28, 2007

block plane at an angle drastically shortens the effective sole and lets you plane amazingly sharp curves.

If that doesn't work, then a spokeshave set thin will do the job.

A belt sander will work, BUT- one wobble and you can be in trouble. Remember - any error on planing those edges will be a double error- cut too deeply and you have two pieces wrong and they won't match up correctly to the mating edge either.

I'd use the plane

In Response to: Re: planing concave curve by Dave Houser on Mar 28, 2007