Last week I scored this lovely wooden moving fillister plane for all of $10 at a flea market. It’s in great shape other than the obvious missing nicker. Time to have a go at working metal. I got some O1 tool steel, pulled out my grind...
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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 ...
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...