Went out to the Grafton Flea Market in Massachusetts today. It’s only maybe a 40 minute drive from my place. Spent all of $22 and came home with all this: That’s a Stanley No. 220 block plane on the right. $10. There were a ton ...
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Well that went pretty well. First I’ll just let the plane do the talking… Flattened and polished the back for the iron. I’m using the old sandpaper method. Then I tried to establish a new 30 degree bevel on the fro...
Well, I got around to starting the clean up on this new No. 4. Took it all apart and hit it with some mineral spirits, paper towels, a stiff nylon brush, some steel wool in some places and a plastic abrasive pad in others. That got it pretty well ...
My plane addition is in full swing. I was looking at scrub planes and jack planes and eventually want to get a Stanley No. 7 joiner plane as well. But watching a lot of Paul Sellers videos and he’s a huge fan of the No. 4 for just doing abou...