Why bother taking the time to restore this plane? It is not worth anything and you can find many just like it for dirt cheap that are probably in much better shape. I restored this plane because I knew there were only two options. Either I rest...
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I grew up around woodworking as my dad had a full shop in our basement. I spent a lot of time playing in his shop. I learned a lot about woodworking from watching my dad as a kid but it wasn't until a couple of years ago that I really started taking a big interest in woodworking.
I also took a huge interest in restoring old hand tools and learning how to use them. I cleaned and tuned one hand plane just for the heck of it and now its turned into a full time hobby for me.
-- Dan - "Collector of Hand Planes"
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Restoring Hand Planes.. My methods #24: A collection of before/after photos of planes I have restored
Rather then doing a separate blog on all of these I figured it would be easier to just post a blog of before and after shots of some of my plane restorations… Some of these have been completely restored and some just cleaned up and tuned. ...
Restoring Hand Planes.. My methods #23: Stanley #34 completely restored. The longest jointer that Stanley made.
Its been a while since my last blog on plane restoration. Over the past year I have been trying to build up a collection of the Stanley wood bottom transitional planes. With each one that I have restored I get a little better at tuning them. Once ...
The Stanley #72 Chamfer plane was on my list of Stanley specialty planes that I wanted to own. I like this plane from both a collector and a user view point. What I mean by that is its fun to use and its also fun to look at on the shelf. This i...
Restoring Hand Planes.. My methods #21: Adding a new sole to wood bottom plane. Stanley #23 restored w new sole
In my last blog I showed how I added an inlay piece to close up the throat of one of my transitional wood planes. Now I am going to show another method I learned and that is to add a whole new sole to the bottom of the existing worn sole. I will a...