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11 files, last one added on Mar 12, 2007

Mystery 5 1/4


4 files, last one added on Feb 06, 2011

Tool Chest


22 files, last one added on Nov 18, 2007

My Workbench


Pictures of the work and completion of my workbench

32 files, last one added on Sep 02, 2008

King Stone


3 files, last one added on Nov 16, 2008

Tool Finds


33 files, last one added on Nov 15, 2010

Dec. 20 08 Estate Scores


8 files, last one added on Jan 07, 2009

First Dovetails


11 files, last one added on Dec 28, 2008

ID This Wood


14 files, last one added on Feb 07, 2010

Shaving Horse


14 files, last one added on Aug 16, 2009

Shop Sink Counter


29 files, last one added on Jan 28, 2012

Bedrock 605 1/2


11 files, last one added on Dec 12, 2010

16 Oct 2010 Estate Sale


5 files, last one added on Oct 16, 2010

Patternmaker's Chest


39 files, last one added on Oct 31, 2010



4 files, last one added on Jan 09, 2011

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Random files - TRexF16's Gallery
IMG_4215.JPG204 viewsTRexF16
Singer_Puzzle_Box.JPGSinger Puzzle Box183 viewsNot sure how this ended up in the box, but they're selling for around 40 bucks, so it'll help pay for itTRexF16
IMG_0481.JPGKeen Kutter Back218 viewsYep...cost me a quarter. Meep Meep!TRexF16
A_-_Extras_Hill_1-1-3_Anvil.JPG233 viewsHill Anvil from Birmingham England. These seem to be a bit rare from my on-line research. This on is 1-1-3. I think that's about 143 pounds.TRexF16
IMG_0487.JPG277 viewsTRexF16
IMG_0992~0.JPGView minus doors and drawers91 viewsOriginal plan was to be symetrical and centered on the window, but the reclaimed timbers I used were long enough to add a foot to the left and add a nice old vise so it is a true Galoot sink.TRexF16
IMG_0992.JPGBenchtop attachment 1333 viewsThis shows how the homemade bench bolts secure the top to the legs. I made the short top stretchers narrow enough to leave a space for the hole for the round brass "nut" to slide in. I considered simply bolting the top down straight through the top stretchers but wanted the draw it tight against the solid 3.75" x 5" top of the legs for maximum rigidity.TRexF16
Contents_-_Stanley_1193_level.JPG204 viewsTRexF16

Last additions - TRexF16's Gallery
Finished_1.jpg75 viewsTRexF16Jan 28, 2012
Finished_2.jpg62 viewsFor some reason the bookmatched knot cracks in the alder panels don't look like they're filled here, but they are - smooth as silk with shellac followed by Waterlox followed by wax.TRexF16Jan 28, 2012
Finished_3.jpg77 viewsEverything all done, finallyTRexF16Jan 28, 2012
IMG_1453_(600x800).jpgComparison Front view90 viewsScratchin' my head. This 5 1/4 (on the left) does not match ANY definable type. Help!TRexF16Feb 06, 2011
IMG_1455_(800x600).jpgcomparison rear view86 viewsPlane came with brown stained hardwood tote and knob secured to the sole with WWII style steel one-piece rods - of course these could be replacements. Frog fits fine but does not seem to be stanley. Has twisted lateral (to form thumb piece) with no markings, not two-piece, and small brass adjuster. TRexF16Feb 06, 2011
IMG_1451_(800x600).jpgBack of Frog seat75 viewsNot tapped for adjustment screw. No patent date cast into sole. No raised ring for knob. Don't know of any type which would have these features.TRexF16Feb 06, 2011
IMG_1450_(800x600).jpgFront view frog seat81 viewsSTANLEY is the only marking cast into the base. Arched rib frog reciever but lacks the little wider part right at the end by the mouth like the Type 13 5 1/4 sitting next to it. Rear of frog receiver shaped like post type 10, but not drilled for adjusting screw like some WW II modelsTRexF16Feb 06, 2011
IMG_1297.JPGBeeswax etc.64 viewsIncluding some Camelia oil, which I have never used yet and am looking forward to trying.TRexF16Jan 09, 2011

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