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04-23-2017 02:18 PM

First plane restoration - 4 replies

I am very pleased with the end result, although it still needs final set up and a good lapping. About 40% of the japaning was missing and had some pitting so I chose to give it a different look and went with 5 coats Rustoleum hammered green farm implement paint. The tote and knob had so much spilled paint I had no choice but to remove...

04-09-2017 04:23 PM

Transitional hand plane finished surface- is it better? - 18 replies

After swearing off sandpaper and the nasty mess that comes with it I have begun to delve deeper into the world of hand planes. While cruising the ebay listings, I have seen many of the curious (at least to me) transitional planes going for cheap.I’ve done a fair amount of web surfing on them, and came up just about as confused as when I...

02-27-2016 02:58 PM

Sears and Roebuck Companion Lathe - 3 replies

So this little guy found his way to my place this morning via a friend who thought it would be what I have been searching for. Other than the operators manual over at vintagetools.com there is very little info I could find on the web about these. My biggest use for a lathe at the moment is to turn my own fishing lures, bobbers and custom part...

01-14-2016 06:00 PM

Planning a Bandsaw Mill build - 16 replies

Greetings all! I’m the new guy on the block and began telling my story Here on my LJ Blog. I hope I landed in the right forum for this question! While I have already begun my homework on building a band saw mill, I am hoping to gather better information all in one spot.There is so much to absorb, and my bookmark button is just abo...


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