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  1. Brian Patterson

    Antique Planes and Marking Gauge

    Found these today in a local antique shop - all for 20% off their prices. Total cost was just $61 OTD. The marking gauge looks like it’s made of ebony(?)...
  2. Ed Fasano

    Veritas Prices!

    I was shocked today to see what folks were bidding for Veritas low angle block planes on eBay. I was shocked until I double-checked the Lee Valley prices. It looks like there have been two price jumps in the last few months! The latest change (in the past few days) took the DX60 (with a PMV-11...
  3. oldetoolworkshop

    Christmas Present / Tool Gloat

    Hey All, I hope everyone had a great Christmas. My wife is the best, I really mean it, this is what she gave me for Christmas: a Lie-Nielsen Number 4 Bronze smoothing plane! Really, I could not believe it. -Aaron Olde Tool Workshop
  4. W

    Block Plane Repair

    I am in the middle of making the bench plane I just bought from an antique mall functional. I paid all of $20 for it and have done a majority of the repairing just today. I have watched a fair share of plane repair/ refinish/ sharpening videos to get by with the work myself - at least I hope...
  5. F

    My first hand plane purchase!!

    I just purchased my first planes today. After looking around a little online, I decided to look for a used one that had a few years of age on it. Super excited about them. I now need to read up on how to properly sharpen the blade and get the plane set correctly. I purchased two planes. From...
  6. Timmy

    Ohio Tool Company Plane

    I have been wanting a wooden jack plane for a while now. I have two jointer planes, a 24" and 30", a wooden transitional smoother, but I felt like I needed a wooden jack plane. I found this great deal and jumped on it. When it arrived the body was fairly dry and the iron was well rusted. I...
  7. CDPeters

    Need some plane ID help

    Hey guys, I had a visit from my Uncle Dave this past weekend, and he dropped off some more old tools for my growing collection. Among them was the plane shown below. I hadn't seen anything like this before and searched and searched on Google trying to figure out what it is, and finally...
  8. Timmy

    Workbench plane stop

    Every once and awhile i like to take a break from the woodworking and create something in the smithy for the shop. The first item I made was a set of holdfasts. This time I made some traditional plane stops. I have some wooden ones, but these metal ones are better in thicker stock. They can hold...
  9. Egg beater style hand drill

    Egg beater style hand drill

  10. Bit braces and some adjustable bits

    Bit braces and some adjustable bits

    Definitely going to get one of these going
  11. ~60s Stanley No 5, 90s Sears No 4

    ~60s Stanley No 5, 90s Sears No 4

    Sharpened up the irons and they cut great
  12. Stanley 191 Plane

    Stanley 191 Plane

    Missing the iron and a couple other pieces
  13. Stanley Bailey No 27

    Stanley Bailey No 27

    Stanley Bailey No 27 plane found at Estatibles in Durham, NC
  14. Stanley Bailey No 27

    Stanley Bailey No 27

    Stanley Bailey No 27 plane found at Estatibles in Durham, NC
  15. Stanley Bailey No 27

    Stanley Bailey No 27

    Stanley Bailey No 27 plane found at Estatibles in Durham, NC
  16. panel raiser plane reprofile

    panel raiser plane reprofile

    top showing the skew.
  17. panel raiser plane reprofile

    panel raiser plane reprofile

    Side view of the plane
  18. panel raiser plane reprofile

    panel raiser plane reprofile

    Old profile produced a concave rounding of the panel. I wanted a more traditional straight bevel to a flat tongue.
  19. panel raiser plane reprofile

    panel raiser plane reprofile

    Reprofiled panel raiser plane sole.
  20. panel raiser plane reprofile

    panel raiser plane reprofile

    I planed the sole to the new profile. Then marked the iron with the new profile and reground the shape of the edge to match.

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