Category Archives: Planes
Some videos of my small planes. First up, a round up of some of a bunch of mitres. There is a mix of peined and brazed bodies. All have a welded ramp. This video shows a wedged infill [style] mitre … Continue reading
A crappy video the side bead plane in action. I shot this with my phone, I continue to be amazed with the amount of tech crammed into these things. I took a piece wood, routed a slot that fit the … Continue reading
The not-always-so-fun part: getting the desired results. The blade has been hardened but I probably didn’t draw the temper far enough (new oven), it is pretty hard, which made sharpening the profile a tedious pain. Since I’ve only done this … Continue reading
Subtitle: I makes me a side bead plane A side bead is a profile I like, by itself or as the starter for a more complex profile. Currently, I make them with a scratch stock but just bought a couple … Continue reading
(Ray Wiley Hubbard) Just installed and already almost full. Sigh.
Too many cars and not enough parking; what is a boy to do? I like to keep my “user” planes on the wall, close at hand (more likely so I can look at them more). And I have lots more wall space than … Continue reading
Is that possible? I mean, I do actually use [some of] them. And that is not dust on that one, it is wood particles. And it is critical that this stick be square, straight and oh so smoooth. Not seen are … Continue reading
Yeah, it is over the top but Stanley used a thread (¼”x18) nobody uses anymore so I just have to keep it.