1. Not much information on Lie Nielsen site on how to use their gizmo. I agree 80 € is too much money for this. One pay more for overhead than for what it is.

    Congratulation for your improvised “tire-filet”.
    The Lie Nielsen has two sides (rough and final thickness) while the one on the Roubo plate uses a handle which permit to obtain the final thickness in multiple passes (I guess there is some learning curve as to how much pressure to apply).

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    It’s demonstrated in Steve Latta’s Line&Berry Stringing videos very well though to be fair. And those videos are well worth the money.

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