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04-08-2019 08:49 PM

Lie-Nielsen No. 4 Smoothing Plane (Low Usage) - 13 replies

Hello, I’m selling my Lie-Nielsen No. 4 smoothing plane. The plane was purchased new by me in October 2018 and has only seen a small amount of use (fiddling and one weekend class). So, it is in great condition. I was able to try a No. 3 this past weekend and it fits my hands better so I’m selling this to buy one of those. These se...

03-15-2019 06:12 PM

Wiktor Kuc @ WKTools.com - 7 replies

Hello, I ordered a restored Millers Falls No. 2 hand drill from Wiktor a little over a year ago. I sent a message to him last week and I’ve not received a response. Does anyone have any information on him and if he is doing okay? Thanks!

09-12-2018 05:40 PM

Boeshield T-9 safe for finishing? - 6 replies

Hello, I’m a hand tool woodworker. I’ve decided to use Boeshield T-9 for rust prevention on my tools. Does anyone know if it will interfere with finishes? I typically use Danish oil, varnish and shellac for my finishes. Thanks!

08-08-2018 03:55 PM

Best books and videos for learning hand joinery - 2 replies

Hello, What are considered some of the best books and/ or videos for learning joinery techniques using hand tools. I’ve already bought several books from Chris Schwarz’s Lost Art Press. They are generally good, but as a noob some details are missing in my opinion. What are considered the classics, especially for beginners like me?...

08-08-2018 12:06 AM

Rob Cosman Joinery Crosscut Saw - 0 replies

Selling a Rob Cosman joinery crosscut saw. Features include: Blade length of 10”, blade depth under the back of 1 5/8”, blade thickness of .020”, brass back and black composite handle. The handle size is regular and the saw is filed crosscut with 15 TPI. The saw does have a slight bit of patina on the brass back. Should easily ...

06-08-2018 06:36 PM

Beginning Saws for Hand Joinery - 4 replies

Hello, I’m getting started in woodworking and I plan on doing hand tool woodworking. What saw types should I start with? Any particular brands I should be looking at? I also wanted to find out about people who can rehab old saws. I picked up an old Millers Falls mitre box a couple of months ago and it had the original saw. I’d lik...

05-18-2018 12:34 PM

Shapton Glass Stones, Holder & Lapping Plate - 2 replies

Selling a set of Shapton Glass stones. I have a 500 (double thick), 1,000 and 4,000 grit stones that have 95% or better of the original abrasive left. I also have the Shapton stone holder and the Shapton Glass Diamond Reference plate used to keep the stones flat and fast cutting. There is approximately $720 of items here. All items where ha...


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