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|02-27-2011 09:52 AM||
Jointer Guard..How Does it Work? - 6 replies
Hi, just seeing if anyone could give me a little insight on this style of Jointer Guard and how it works. I understand how the “porkchop” type works, and this seems different than a euro sylye. I just refurbed a similar H&A Jointer and wanted to fashion a replacement guard. Bottom one is my project.
|12-08-2010 05:36 AM||
Hello all, I just found a few vintage tools that I will be working on in the near future. I paid $100 for the Jointer(no motor) and $150 for the scroll saw. Plus $50 for Uhaul so $300 total, I think I still got a good deal.Luckily. Luckily I have an extra motor. I really wanted a power jointer, but was a little hesitant about buyi...
|02-05-2010 05:19 AM||
HI, I was wondering if anyone had an opinion onHonduran Mahogany or honduran rosewood for stanley/bailey hand plane totes and knobs. Some of the things on my mind: - I know they used rosewood, which species: cocobolo, brazillian, EI. Cant get any info on the web about it - Modern planemakers are using lighter hardwoods like Cherry...