Why is a Carpenter's Pencil Flat? And Other Stuff

Leah demonstrates how to use a carpenter’s pencil as a scribe, as a measuring tool, as a precision marking tool, and more!

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20 Replies to “Why is a Carpenter's Pencil Flat? And Other Stuff”

  1. I'm here because of comparisons between the Surface Pro's X and a carpenter's pencil. No shame. This was a really interesting bit of information!

  2. My room mate asked me why my pencil is flat well thanks to this video I gave her 5 good reasons why, she was duly impressed thx Jane

  3. Wow I have learned so much but this one thing fell through the cracks. I always use a regular pencil and an electric sharpener cuz I always thought I had more precision. But you’re right! The tip will break and I gotta go back into the house to sharpen it. The stuff about 1/4” and 1/2” is dynamite!

  4. Am a novice DIYer & your videos, Leah; are my #1 GoTo Collection for new knowledge & problem solving. Keep β€˜em coming & thanks for clear, concise, learner friendly productions! I πŸ’œ See Jane Drill

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