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Shooting board v 3.2

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Project by oicurn2it2 posted 10-07-2015 03:26 AM 965 views 5 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch

So trying to elimanate the error variable it dawned on me i could “sled” the plane ,which would do a few things to help with accuracy, 1~ ensure that the plane tracked true to square (yea i squared the side to the soul, took about 1 hr)
By capturing the sled with the lap rabbit i woodn’t have to think about pushing in at an angle as well as pushing past the stock
2~ i could set the plane off just a bit with a rub strip ,keeping the blade from cutting into the inclined board and the fence , this over time wood affect the squareness as the plane contacted the decreasing base.
3~ hopefully make it a constant result once accurate, meaning all that wood need to be adjusted is the depth of cut
4~Along with raising the cutter up about 1/2” allowing me to use all the blade width (increasing the thickness of stock that can be planed to almost 2 “) dead blade now is only about 1/8 th. [(:{>

-- "when you think youre going to slow, slow down just a little bit more" .... Pop's





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Jim Jakosh

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#1 posted 10-31-2015 01:22 PM

Man that is a one Beautifully sculptured shooting plane!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!

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WoodNSawdust

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#2 posted 10-31-2015 02:31 PM

Nice looking shooting plane.

I am not a big hand tool person so please forgive this question but why the angle on the base that you hold the wood against?

-- "I love it when a plan comes together" John "Hannibal" Smith

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oicurn2it2

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#3 posted 10-31-2015 03:24 PM

thanks Guys, woodnsawdust,~ the incline helps when shooting the end as it helps to push the stock against the fence using the pressure pushing against it ,as well as squewing the angle the blade contacts the wood making the cut easier
hope that helps

-- "when you think youre going to slow, slow down just a little bit more" .... Pop's

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