Conversation Between Rob Luter and Jim Matthews

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  1. Thanks for the tip. I'll give it a try.
  2. I own, and use, the same plane. I suspect there is a rise just in front of the mouth, when the blade is wedged.

    Set the cap iron and wedge tightly, just short of taking a cut.

    Lightly flatten the sole on sand paper on a reference plate.

    The wedge assembly exerts considerable force at the mouth.

    See also setting a cap iron.
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