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James Krenov Inspired Case #5: Knife Hinges and Case Assembly

28 days ago by Guy Dunlap | 12 comments »

In this video, I cut in the mortises for the knife hinges in the bottom and top of the case. Then perform the final glue up of the cabinet. I also make a very big mistake along the way can you guess what it is? If you have any questions, please let me know, as I would love to hear from you. Thanks for watching! http://youtu.be/7-VVLBNZc9Y

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A Krenov-style plane making workshop at Lee Valley (Toronto)

30 days ago by toolmike | 0 comments »

For anyone wishing to start making wooden planes, I suggest something like this 2-day workshop at Lee Valley.I took the workshop run by Steven Der-Garabedian last June, and had a great time. I have to admit the plane still isn’t “finished” – it’s hard to cram everything into 2 days – so it still needs its curves added. But it cuts beautifully. To be honest there aren’t a lot of tool-making workshops out there, especially in Canada. ANybody have any...

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what i've been doing #22: The wedge for my krenov plane

756 days ago by Dave | 17 comments »

here is the final installment on the making of my krenov plane. I fought the wedge because of the iron change. I have it working now and it is a fine 2 inch wide smother. I wanted the width, she is a fat short plane and is working fine.Here is the making of the plane. Part 1Part 2Part 3I did enjoy this, I hope you did.

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what i've been doing #19: Krenov part two.

786 days ago by Dave | 24 comments »

Here is the second part of my krenov build. I had to modify the plans a bit to fit a two inch iron. I placed a good edge on my old plane iron but it was to brittle. So I had to use a new style iron and chip breaker. I used a wine stain to give it a bit of depth. Then I sanded with 120 grit to seal the pores and used an oak gel stain. The last coat of color was walnut. It was sanded again and airbrushed with waxed shellac. I used about a 3/4 pound cut. Because of the iron change the wedge is a...

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what i've been doing #17: Journey with me and Krenov.

812 days ago by Dave | 39 comments »

I am a type of guy that will get a notion to do something and just go with it. I found a plan online of a Krenov plane using Hock irons. I don’t have a hock Iron, I do have an old two inch smoother iron from Providence Tool Co. So I choose to modify the plans a bit to see if I could get the thing to work. I know the Krenov style is one of the easiest to build.This will be a two part series and I am at the glueup. First the materials. The base of the plane is good old Mississippi swee...

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Firewood Plane #1: Alternative Plane Blanks

908 days ago by tr33surg3on | 3 comments »

It seems I had nothing better to do tonight, because I ended up splitting a plane blank out of a piece of firewood and planing the four faces down. Partially it was to see if I could do it. Partially it was to try out a beater Stanley #5 I picked up a few weeks ago without having to go through the trouble of actually lapping, sharpening or otherwise tuning it properly. And partially I realized the turning blanks I picked up from the Rockler scrap bin are probably just a bit too small...

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New Post on the Little Good Pieces Blog: Krenov Smoother 1 - Making the Blank

1049 days ago by TheGravedigger | 0 comments »

There’s a new post on the Little Good Pieces blog: Krenov Smoother 1 – Making the Blank. This begins my first attempt at making my own Krenov-style plane. Check it out! http://littlegoodpieces.wordpress.com/2011/06/06/krenov-smoother-1-making-the-blank/

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Hand plane DIY blog #3: Hand plane DIY convex (Krenov style)

1180 days ago by mafe | 10 comments »

Hand plane DIY convex.Or Mike meets Mads style… THIRD PART FINALE.Press here for first part.Press here for second part. To remind you, this is what we are after. A hand plane, ‘block plane’ size, made for a rounding of 22 cm (app. 4 inch).As you can see Krenov style, and a touch of Japan, at least this was my wish… This part will cover the rounding of the sole, and the finish. Last blog ended with the circle jigs made, here they are, now cut to size. Painters tape to h...

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Hand plane DIY blog #2: Hand plane DIY convex (Krenov style)

1181 days ago by mafe | 15 comments »

Hand plane DIY convex.Or Mike meets Mads style… SECOND PART.Press here for first part. To remind you, this is what we are after. A hand plane, ‘block plane’ size, made for a rounding of 22 cm (app. 4 inch).As you can see Krenov style, and a touch of Japan, at least this was my wish… Time to make the wedge.I wanted the same wood as the plane, and had an old floorboard, that could be used.Cleaned it up, and cut it to same size as the plane iron, so I have a little slip in the ...

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Hand plane DIY blog #1: Hand plane DIY convex (Krenov style)

1181 days ago by mafe | 12 comments »

Hand plane DIY convex.Or Mike meets Mads style… Our dear Mike (Stefang), started a ‘master class here on LJ, a blog on how to make a traditional Nordic bucket, and part of this class was ‘making a convex hand plane’, so this was why I did it. Thank you Mike!Also it was a dream for me, a dream to make my own hand plane, not that I needed one, but to prove to myself I could, and in the future be able to make special purpose planes when needed. Since I’m a bad...

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