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    Plane soles don't need to be flat. If for some...

    Plane soles don't need to be flat.

    If for some reason you want it flat, you need to know how to check it for flat.

    And to check for flat you need to have reference surface.

    You can scrape,...
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    I also don't have a problem with the thread or...

    I also don't have a problem with the thread or its place.

    Any opportunity to learn anything is worthwhile.

    It seems that if anyone shows anything more than beginners methods, there is some...
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    Those that come from the metalwork and...

    Those that come from the metalwork and engineering world have mindset and tool set that they bring with them into woodworking.

    Metalwork and engineering is about measurement. It is all about...
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    Nice work Andy.

    Nice work Andy.
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    This is where you really get to know people.

    This is where you really get to know people.
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    413505 While B may be the more obvious choice,...

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    While B may be the more obvious choice, on face value, but the OP didn't give us all the variables, and it is therefore difficult to give an accurate answer, i like to get as much info as...
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    Priorities. I had a lot of fun messing with...

    Priorities.

    I had a lot of fun messing with chair designs exploring structure, most were just rough prototypes of ideas i had, i would love to get back into doing some again, concentrating more...
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    Bill, back in the old days ( prior to the...

    Bill, back in the old days ( prior to the internet) I didn't take many photos of stuff i made, i guess there really wasn't much point as there was no one to show them to anyway.

    I found a another...
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    Bill, you're welcome, and i hope that we can see...

    Bill, you're welcome, and i hope that we can see your project.


    I don't know actual difference would be but i think that the longer and narrower the levers the less the difference.

    The ratio...
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    Bill, Cantilevers in wood are exceptionally...

    Bill, Cantilevers in wood are exceptionally strong, with or without glue, Knowledge of cell structure, understanding the forces that will be applied, Joint design, proportions, grain direction are...
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    Not enough info and not clear enough info. You...

    Not enough info and not clear enough info.
    You show the tenons being and extension of triangle shape, is that the actual shape, or are you doing standard rectangular tenons?
    Are they shouldered...
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    It would seem that segments like you have...

    It would seem that segments like you have mentioned could be problematic.
    If a 30 degree segment changes to 29 degrees the cumulative effect could cause it to split. If the 30 degree changes to 31...
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    Got a photo?

    Got a photo?
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    Thanks for reminding me Brian; I forgot to...

    Thanks for reminding me Brian; I forgot to mention that the new double machines have two blades in the top and two blades in the bottom, so you can do the "rough" and finish cuts in one pass.
    ...
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    If you are interested in a high end, crystal...

    If you are interested in a high end, crystal clear, clean finish, done fast, without tearout. in a wide range of woods, even curly and birdseye maple, get a supersurfacer, if you want it done really...
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    that's pretty stout looking gear there Joe. Nice...

    that's pretty stout looking gear there Joe. Nice looking stuff!
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    Beautiful machine Darcy. I had an old German...

    Beautiful machine Darcy.

    I had an old German jointer planer when i was younger It was older style than your machine and no where near as nice looking, but built like a tank.
    It was made by W....
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    There are several companies that make...

    There are several companies that make supersurfacers; Marunaka, Shinx, Ryobi, Marunaka, Hitachi...
    Supersurfacers are made in several different styles and sizes. one way feed, auto return,...
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    Lets start with the basics; Flat Flat is your...

    Lets start with the basics; Flat
    Flat is your staring point.
    How flat are you looking for?
    How flexible is your panel?
    If your panel is flexible, then you can only get it "flat" relative to what...
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    You need one of these ...

    You need one of these


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4M-3bHLGv8k&t=150s
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    You can use a power plane or a belt sander,...

    You can use a power plane or a belt sander, handplane or anything else that removes wood. Each requires, knowledge, understanding and practice.
    I have used a power plane many times for flattening...
  22. Freeform shaping you can use many tools, files...

    Freeform shaping you can use many tools, files and rasps , die grinders,sanding cylinders and flap wheels. The disk sander can be used for some reasonable fine detail as well as rough hogging. You...
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  24. Tighten the screw that holds the cap iron.

    Tighten the screw that holds the cap iron.
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    Hi Brian, the most important thing is to develop...

    Hi Brian, the most important thing is to develop an understanding of relationships, where and how errors can occur, how to eliminate as many as you can by designing your referencing system and...
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