Woodworkers need to keep their tools sharp, and if you aren’t careful, it’s easy to chip them or cut yourself badly on a properly sharpened tool.
Edge guards are a great Maker project, but they can be difficult to construct with a snug enough fit on the tools. Many people have used plasti-dip for this purpose, but plasti-dip tends to be very unfriendly to work with, and can result in a fairly loose fit. Enter low-temperature thermoplastic.
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