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Good Sound of Plane

I wish I could have made sound like them...someday...

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I do not know what is happened.
But they link well.

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Benny, those guys are real craftsmen, I watched in amazement. I wonder how they sharpen those tools.

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They sharpen them very carefully, I too was impressed that he had the shaving one continuous piece. True example of workmanship.

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Benny, those guys are real craftsmen, I watched in amazement. I wonder how they sharpen those tools.
Harry, didn't you watch the third link? The guy was using water stones.

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I wonder how they sharpen those tools.

And how often, I was gobsmacked at the shavings he was taking off.

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Harry, didn't you watch the third link? The guy was using water stones.
Dam it George, I didn't, thinking it was more of the same. I didn't see any jig to hold the cutter at the correct angle, these guys are true craftsmen and at the rate that Benny is improving, he could well end up being one himself.

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Dam it George, I didn't, thinking it was more of the same. I didn't see any jig to hold the cutter at the correct angle, these guys are true craftsmen and at the rate that Benny is improving, he could well end up being one himself.
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Not only was there no jigs, they were using hand made, wooden planes. It showed one of them adjusting the blade in his plane with a small brass hammer. True artisans.

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What I would like to know is what were they making?

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What I would like to know is what were they making?
Who cares Mike, it was a lesson and a half in how hand planing should be done.

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It is really difficult to plane a part of "Against the grain".
If I could do well some part, I do a wrong part at same time.

If I have a Planner, it is no trouble.
But it is also difficult to make flat by plane.
Less than 80% flatness...
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