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Very Nice! Where did you get your plane iron?
Steve, I get these from WoodCraft.

https://www.woodcraft.com/products/w...shoulder-plane

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It goes to this plane, I posted the plane instead of the iron,by mistake. See next post for the iron.

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Very Nice! Where did you get your plane iron?
Steve, I get these from WoodCraft.
https://www.woodcraft.com/products/w...702d65930009c9

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Herb great job.

I like the extra length on the front of the sole. That should help stabilize it in use.

I might need to make one once you get all the bugs worked out!

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Excellent work, as always.
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Very well done! A real show piece. How does it work?
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How does it work?
you push it along on the wood...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Very well done! A real show piece. How does it work?
I tried it out when I set the iron, and it seems to do a good job. At first I was digging in and chattering the cut, but found that if I lightened up on the downward pressure it sailed right along.

If I was going to start a rabbet, I think I would have to clamp a straight edge on the board first. If I am cleaning up a rabbet I would just follow the cut.
But it has to be the same way the grain is running.

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As soon as I read the title in my email, I thought "Herb's at it again". Nice looking plane, Herb.
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you push it along on the wood...
Kinda like the definition of a weight lifter...I pick it up and put it down.
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Well, Stick sent me a link and when I started checking out the content, this older vid was buried in there...seems right on topic!
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