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    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.

    https://www.theenglishwoodworker.com...-plane-review/
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    Hi Rob. Thanks for your reply and offer to help. I wondered if we could chat on the phone some time soon. My cell is 269 352 6018. Feel free to text me when you are available or just give me a ring.

    Thanks - Greg
  3. Hi Rob,

    Very nice bench you've got. Would you care to give a little details on your bench top construction (type of wood, dimensions...) Thanks
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About Rob Luter
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Married, father of one grown daughter. BS Degree in Industrial Design. Originally from Michigan.
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Music, Woodworking
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Director of Engineering for a Door and Window manufacturer.

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It's wood dust. Saw dust would suggest a problem.

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