Did a bit of trading the other day, and wound up with three wood planes….wood bodied planes. While the fellow was there, I sharpened the iron on one of them, and made a few shavings. But, all three of these planes needed a little more t...
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Just an "Old School Hobbyist" working with reclaimed wood. Nothing real fancy, mainly Shaker and Mission styles. "Day Job" is making plastic "preforms" for pop bottles ( Pepsi products). Workshop is in the basement, the infamous Dungeon Shop. Retired from the Retired Reserves a year ago. Credit for 37 years service.
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Rest of the plane is now done. Now comes the rear handle. Last seen, it had a pair of extra brass screws in it’s top, and a crack near the bottom Tried to glue the larger crack back together with a Locktite CA glue. Didn’t lo...
Got a Stanley #26 jack plane in the mail. $15 + FREE shipping. Opened the box and found.. A mess. Body was way too thin. Rust everywhere, And a few other problems Like a tote with THREE brass screws and a break near the bottom. ...
Had a few things leftover from the screen door build. Got to thinking about building SOMETHING out of them, just to get them out of the way. Then, I noticed where all the “ready Use” planes were sitting Even the smaller smoothe...