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|08-22-2014 01:35 PM||
ISO Round bottom plane. - 4 replies
Howdy, I am making a little “Krenov style” jewelry box and I am in need of a round bottom plane to cove out the inside of the door. I am not looking for anything fancy at all, a cheap old moulding plane would be perfect. I really just need it to be in a usable state when it gets to my door. If someone has one they want to part w...
|03-20-2014 01:14 PM||
Plane ID - 11 replies
My co-worker brought in this plane today. Could anyone help ID it? The only markings I can see anywhere are on the blade which is a Stanley. Both the cap iron and frog have pretty cool castings. Thanks in advance.
|06-19-2013 07:47 PM||
Plane find from a friend - 12 replies
A co-worker of mine is cleaning out his grandfather’s wood shop and came across a bunch of hand planes. A couple old woodies, with no markings that I saw at first glance. A Stanley 45, but missing all the blades and probably a few other parts. Stanley two-tone no 3 in good shape. I have a two tone no.4 at home that I use more than any ot...
|04-16-2013 01:46 AM||
How best to do this? - 6 replies
Here is a joinery question for everyone. I need to make a tapered through mortise in a piece of 3/4 walnut. The tapered mortise is also at a skew; the tenon piece is at an angle to the walnut mortise piece. Also none of the sides of the mortise are straight, think of the cross section as a trapezoid with all sides arcing out. A puffy trapez...
|02-11-2013 08:45 AM||
What would you pay for this? - 20 replies
I built this hall table last summer but I have decided to part with it. Or at least attempt to sell it. I know what I have into for materials and time. But I’m sure this a question that every amateur woodworker asks themselves when valuing a piece. So the question is, what would you value this at?