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  1. Sound advise above. One hack is to taper or shim...

    Sound advise above. One hack is to taper or shim the chute of your shooting board to get the plane perpendicular to the work if your plane isn't exactly 90 deg.
  2. Primus reduced to $110 shipped to US addresses. ...

    Primus reduced to $110 shipped to US addresses. Stanley #7 reduced to $145
  3. Bump. And price reduced to $500 plus actual...

    Bump. And price reduced to $500 plus actual shipping and fees.
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    Beautiful work. Are they four layers of...

    Beautiful work. Are they four layers of commercial veneer?
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    Nice looking box. I would chamfer the lid and...

    Nice looking box. I would chamfer the lid and outside upper rim of the box to soften.
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    Can you shift the rail to the right enough to get...

    Can you shift the rail to the right enough to get the 6”?
  7. Thanks John, that’s helpful. I plan to give it...

    Thanks John, that’s helpful. I plan to give it try.
  8. Cool look for a stereo cabinet and bet it looks...

    Cool look for a stereo cabinet and bet it looks even better with the full kit installed. Are the upper compartments to the left and right for records?

    Glad to hear you like the monocoat-I...
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    The plane matters less at 45 degrees-sharpen one...

    The plane matters less at 45 degrees-sharpen one you have and go for it: adding a track can help but also not necessary.
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    Dale, Nicely done. I like the door catch and...

    Dale,

    Nicely done. I like the door catch and the walnut back will make a delightful surprise when the bottle is removed ;)
  11. Beautiful work John. Actually quite surprising...

    Beautiful work John. Actually quite surprising with the drawers open as the closed boxes do not evoke 'desk' to me. I also agree the angled drawer fronts are excellent and key to the design. The...
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    A bit late to the party-Justin, congrats on the...

    A bit late to the party-Justin, congrats on the new saw.

    I've had mine for a couple months now and it came with the dust guard. I took some 2" hose and the guard to the hardware store and here's...
  13. Thanks Mike-I went with a lower mag/longer...

    Thanks Mike-I went with a lower mag/longer working distance b/c my main plan is for use while doing marquetry work. Thanks for posting and looking forward to seeing you put it to work.

    Chris
  14. Looks great Mike. Since you enjoyed it so much,...

    Looks great Mike. Since you enjoyed it so much, you could send to me and build another one :) I built a dovetail saw from a Gramercy kit a long while ago, but haven't gotten to any sharpening.
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  15. LN #4 is sold.

    LN #4 is sold.
  16. Great thread and great work from all! I'll...

    Great thread and great work from all!

    I'll have to go with a jewelry box I made for my mum 3 years ago, and its near identical twin built in parallel and finished last winter for my (now) finance....
  17. Incra TS Fence and Joinery System FS

    Hello all,

    Up for sale is my Incra TS-LS 32" joinery system. The set up is great and I've been hanging onto it for a couple months after unexpectedly getting a used SawStop mulling whether I'd...
  18. Planes: LN #4 Bronze, Stanley #7 w PMV, Primus ECE Smoother

    Thanks to the Lee Valley Seconds sale, I need to clear out some planes. Up for sale:

    SOLD (Pending Payment) Lie-Nielsen Bronze #4. Good “user”. I say user only because the tote has been...
  19. Similar to Mike, I hang mine on the metal shelf...

    Similar to Mike, I hang mine on the metal shelf support brackets from the hardware store that seem to be nearly universal.
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    Hi folks, Good thread. I'm curious for those...

    Hi folks,

    Good thread. I'm curious for those who use the Optivisor--what magnification (= working distance) do you prefer? Also, is the working distance from the lenses or one's eyes? (Thinking...
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    Glad folks are finding the work as remarkable as...

    Glad folks are finding the work as remarkable as I did. I really enjoyed seeing the revisions mid-project toward the end and the matching of curves. Impressive stuff for sure!
  22. I had a #4 and #7 arrive last week (thanks Rob!)...

    I had a #4 and #7 arrive last week (thanks Rob!) and I was able to find a few pinhole pits on one body and a wee scrap on the corner of the other. I would not have noticed either if I hadn't gone...
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    Kumiko video

    Beyond anything I've seen on IG or elsewhere. A bevy of planes and some interesting techniques as well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NuqwJz9RNE

    Enjoy!
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    That's a fine design and I love the carved...

    That's a fine design and I love the carved panels! Beautiful.
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    A fine finish to an interesting joinery...

    A fine finish to an interesting joinery adventure. I like the folded hinge look!
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