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Posted on Stanley #45 - 7 forms of fun in 1! - And other combination/moulding planes

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#1 posted 11-17-2012 05:38 AM

I’ve had some problems with certain cutters. Seems like some profiles really need for your lumber to be stepped down first with a rabbet plane in order to work right.
Hey, as a side topic, maybe somebody can explain what it takes to sharpen the complex cutter profiles. I have a few crummy old slipstones, but they really don’t get the job done satisfactorily..

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