David Helmore Posted June 25, 2010 Share Posted June 25, 2010 Hi All Greg kindly pointed me in the right direction in terms of the type of wood used to make reedpans (English Sycamore). I'm still learning my woodworking skills and am keen to find out what tools would historically have been used to cut the slots in the wood for 'traditional' reedframes to sit. Also, if making a reedpan today would the same tools be used or would the preference be for modern power tools instead? I'm looking to have a go at making some, so if anyone can point me in the right direction that would be great! Thanks Dave Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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