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    I made this little plane from plans in "Wood Magazine" a number of years ago. I use it to knock off the sharp corners on furniture projects.
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    These planes really are something else.

    Makes mine look like something a kid hacked out with claw hammer in comparison..

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    One could also use a spokeshave. Was doing a round-over tonight...about the same idea as a champfer
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    Just a stanley Cordovan 60-1/2 block plane. Grab and go.

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    Stewie, that's some really cool stuff.
    Last edited by Zahid Naqvi; 02-27-2021 at 3:37 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zahid Naqvi View Post
    Stewie, that's some really cool stuff. I couldn't fail to notice your chamfer planes has chamfers .
    Zahid, where the heck have you been? I dont recall seeing a post from you in some time - have I just missed them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Titus View Post
    I built a custom chamfer fence for a LV skew block plane.

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    Did the same for a Lie-Nielsen skew block plane.

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    Since everyone is showing off their chamfer planes here are mine:

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    They are each made for a set size. They both work quite well.

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    Here is my chamfer plane

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    It is an apron plane with wood held on by two small round magnets. It works great.

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