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IMG_1062.JPGVise problem 3253 viewsHere's the view from underneath of the long 3/4 inch maple pegs driven in through the face vise backing slabs and into the benchtop itself. I used no glue in case I ever had to remove them, but they were pretty hard to drive in, and I guess unless the two holes are absolutley parallel I'll probably never get them off. Otherwise they'll have the same dovetail effect of offset toe nailing. There have been no problems with any face vise clamping since making this modification.TRexF16
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KnightKit_Jack_04.jpgKnightKit Throat152 viewsShavings clear easily. With cambered iron, this plane will be used for moderately rapid removal of stock. I'm not wild about the hex bolt in the lever cap (aesthetically speaking), but I've already found that something more than finger tight is needed when taking off pretty thick shavings. I'll be looking for another alternative, but may end up keeping this if functionality demands.Chuck Myers

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IMG_20170225_223915.jpgpower grip12 viewsend grip for rough work, when you want to hog off a lot of wood.dlarueFeb 25, 2017
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b.jpgModified to 1/8 inch54 viewsAn old Two Cherries 1/4 inch chisel that I reground to 1/8 inch to use in cleaning out the corners in dovetail sockets.Sgt42RHRJan 27, 2017

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