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Another notch in the something or other..
Re: Another notch in the something or other..
Re: Another notch in the something or other..
Re: Another notch in the something or other.. *PIC*
Re: Another notch in the something or other..
Re: Irons
15 inches...it's more comfortable....
Beautiful!
I enjoyed comparing backgrounds
Transformations - a build on Messages
The drawer - Part 1
The drawer - Part 2
The legs
Finishes
Re: Transformations - a build on Messages
Thanks Joe :) *NM*
Rita's Table ...
Floor scraper for figured wood *PIC*
Re: Floor scraper for figured wood
It's a trade off
Imagine knees and 200 sqft white oak *NM*
In regards to wooden planes with double irons *LINK* *PIC*
Shavings in the third pic
A smoother that needs adjustment??? *LINK* *PIC*
Re: A smoother that needs adjustment???
Re: Restoring old planes
Finding the answer rather than why not..
Latest handtool project *PIC*
Re: Latest handtool project
See the other thread for details
Thanks, Jim!
Matching the "hook angle"
Weaver chisel grind *PIC*
Re: Weaver chisel grind
making peculiar names
Weaver grind—how is convexity added?
Re: Weaver grind—how is convexity added?
Re: Weaver grind—how is convexity added?
The world is upside down :)
thoughts *PIC*
variations on the already done...
I took a nine day Sellers course
Re: I took a nine day Sellers course
it makes sense
How about making a video?
Re: How about making a video?
Re: How about making a video?
Trying things out
Re: Trying things out
Re: Trying things out
failed to figure things out...
Re: How about making a video?
Period costume?
Marc Adams
Could've been felt...
solving a problem, not creating one...
BTW
rolling over edges....
On secrets, incantations and open source
Re: solving a problem, not creating one...
how I achieved the Weaver Bever
Weaver Bevel
Further defining the Weaver Bevel
perception of penetration?
Where to find unhndled Narex chisels? *NM*
Taylor Tool Works
narex and their hardening....
More on the Weaver Bevel
Re: More on the Weaver Bevel
I don't agree with limitation of your premise
You nailed it
This is hilarious
Absolutely *LINK*
Positioning *LINK*
Jim - here's your guy
Moving the needle
Re: Moving the needle *LINK*
Thanks for the memories *PIC*
Well that escalated quickly.
the premise is different in this case
I've made a video.....
Looking forward to it, thanks! *NM*
comments on the two pictures.....
bevel width
video...not for the meek...
It's a very funny video
Some quick tests (lots of pictures) *PIC*
stitches.....
Nice piece of work
Re: Nice piece of work
Another test *PIC*
Re: Another test
question
Those pictures..
Re: question *PIC*
Re: question
could be a database issue...
As the weighty topic of planes pushes on below *PIC*
Something wrong with that
The issue is time
Re: The issue is time
Re: The issue is time
80x Crowned Wheel
80 grit, too..
Re: Consider the overall dimensions
Re: Consider the overall dimensions
Re: Consider the overall dimensions
Re: Light vs Heavy planes
new vs. old planes...
I like tools from Brooklyn
Re: I like tools from Brooklyn *NM*
Infills in the UK
I'm glad you commented.
Note on a modern infill
konrad's planes...
Re: I'm glad you commented.
what I've found...
Re: what I've found...
interesting that...
Re: Calling BS
I haven't seen it....
Re: I haven't seen it....
Re: I haven't seen it....
Re: I haven't seen it....
Re: I haven't seen it....
Truing Kanna
expanding on what jim said
Re: expanding on what jim said
Re: expanding on what jim said
Coupla thoughts
different methods of lapping and the bump
Re: Calling BS
Re: Facts, not assertions
Re: Facts, not assertions
I think we're agreeing...
Re: I think we're agreeing...
Re: Me too
Wood isn't indefinitely stable, either
Re: Calling BS
Re: Calling BS
Re: Calling BS
by the early 19th century
Re: by the early 19th century
It's not offered as ball court...
I miss Todd Hughes' contributions too *NM*
Re: It's not offered as ball court...
I'm guessing on parts here...
Re: Can't argue
Weight Comparison
more infill weights
Re: more infill weights
now there is a pearl of wisdom
Re: more infill weights
initial fitting...
one more follow-up comment.
Re: one more follow-up comment.
rosewood
Re: rosewood
Re: Light vs Heavy planes
Not a positive contribution to the discussion
Re: Light vs Heavy planes
finding out who to listen to...
Re: Same
Old history
Shops using mostly hand tools..
Re: Shops using mostly hand tools..
Don felder's guitar...
Misprint?
cultural thing...
Re: Misprint?
Re: finding out who to listen to...
I agree...
Re: finding out who to listen to...
Turnover, newbies and FAQ
comment on teaching
If you get my drift...
Re: Light vs Heavy planes
Inertia and figured wood
Re: Jim, what is Osae-gani? *NM*
Osae-gani
Re: Osae-gani
Note on fitting
Re:wedge fitting
funny...
Re: funny...
Re:wedge fitting
biases for the maker...
Friction, and more
At some point..
The experiment and conclusion are both confusing
Re: Heavy and light
The best case for heavy planes...
another factor
If you're trimming furniture...
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