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Rick M.

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#1 posted 12-12-2012 08:02 AM

After posting that I found another of his articles where he compares it to a ‘German Bismarck plane’.

Whatever the origin, if I had one I’d use it. I’ve flattened a benchtop, a mahogany dining table and several SYP tables and benches with a cheap Stanley smoother converted for the purpose and it worked amazingly well. That said, I’m keeping an eye out for a No5 because I believe the extra length would be better on larger tabletops.

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