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I simply LOVE IT
How did you do the logo on back to personalize it ?
GREAT JOB THANKS :<))
 

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I have mixed emotions because of this - on one hand, I regret not jumping in for the chance to become the proud owner of one of the things displayed from the swap. On the other, I'd have been embarrassed to show my contribution, after seeing the things others made.

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Hey GR8HUNTER, I'm glad you liked them. For the logo I used the toner transfer method. Basically just print out what you want to say (mirrored) on a laser printer(something with toner) then use acetone to rub it on
 

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Handsome plane
 

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Sorry I missed this Josh. This is a fantastic plane buddy. Would be happy to add it to my arsenal for sure.
 

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Josh that looks like a solid user with tight tolerances and a nice finish. Excellent work. Nice touch with personalizing it too!
 

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Looks great.

But but but… let's see it put to work! I'm lookin' at YOU, GR8HUNTER!
 

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Ah I have my old account back now. This plane looks wonderful and useful. Any chance of seeing how it was made or getting a tutorial? Where the the blade come from?
 

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Wow, that is amazing. I would love to see how you did that, I want one!
 

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Very nice project, great work on this, beautiful attention to details.
 

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I missed commenting on this until now? Sheesh! You done good work, Josh. That's a beauty of a plane.
 

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... This plane looks wonderful and useful. Any chance of seeing how it was made or getting a tutorial? Where the the blade come from?

- Tony Ennis
A year of mystery. I'd like to make one like that too. Any information would be helpful. Dimensions, angles, drawings. Etc.

This is a very nice looking plane. I've seen an old one on eBay... They called it plow plane with bottom fence, but I think the blade was enclosed on both sides.

Here
 

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Thanks for all the kind words everyone. I'm sorry I didn't really take pics or video while I was making it. I can tell you I made the blade from some O1 tool steel, and then hardened it. The bed angle of the blade is 45 degrees. You can enclose the blade if you would like. It is mostly used for a depth stop and I wanted this one to be variable.
 
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