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  1. First Krenov Block Plane

    I was at Woodcraft yesterday and after a bit of work on some old wood hand planes i couldn't help but buy a Hock iron and build my own. I used some American Elm (I know, it's somewhat soft but it's free!). It's a bevel down Krenov style that cuts great and I couldn't be happier with my first...
  2. Two **************************************** infill planes

    The infill on these planes is **************************************** eucalyptus, though the character of the wood is so different in each that you might not know it. Ron Hock supplies my irons, but I do everything else in making my planes. I also follow my own nose in designing them, as you probably guess, and I readily...
  3. Marketplace Classifieds
    Hey guys i am new to LJ's but i thought this might be the best place to look. I really would like to have a cabinet saw to setup for special projects that could be left to hold dado set or jig that I could keep the main TS free for ripping. Really don't have a lot to spend so i would be willing...
  4. Hand Tools
    I recently bought a no 7 type 11 on ebay which came with a hock iron. There are two issues with the plane and replacement iron/chip breaker. One has to do with the mouth which may have to be filed and the second is that the yoke isn't quite long enough to connect well with the chip breaker...
  5. Blogs
    New Post on the Little Good Pieces Blog: Krenov Smoother 1 - Making the Blank There's a new post on the Little Good Pieces blog: Krenov Smoother 1 - Making the Blank. This begins my first attempt at making my own Krenov-style plane. Check it out...
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