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|694 days ago||
Infill Plane Rehab - 4 replies
Ok guys, I am back. So I think we have now determined that cleaning that old Clegg plane isn’t going to cause the world to end. Unfortunately there are little or no resources on the web (at least that I can find) about how to go about restoring an infill plane. First off, let me define what I mean by restoring. I am a true minimalist ...
|697 days ago||
British Infill Plane ID... - 12 replies
My friend from work gave me this one – he said his father-in-law dropped it off (and several other planes in a box) in his shop some years ago and he was getting sick of tripping over it. The blade says Clegg (Uxbridge Rd) which I was able to identify as a British plane manufacturer – but I can’t verify they made infill pane...
|727 days ago||
Got the response from Lee Valley this morning: My Question – ”There is a rumor on a popular internet forum that you will no longer be sourcing your bench/block plane blades from Canada. Is this true – and if so, from where will you be sourcing your new blades?” The Answer – ”Absolutely nothing could fur...
|1046 days ago||
Hi everyone. I’m new here and to bench planes in general. I recently performed a home improvement job where the best solution was a bullnose plane and next thing you know, one thing led to another and now I have a whole shelf full of random planes in various states of disrepair. One of my most recent acquisitions is a No 2 corrugated ...