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EngSaw1.jpg
EngSaw1.jpgCrownshaw Chapman & Co #3314 viewsThis is the front of the saw after cleaning. writt
Knob___Tote_3.jpg
Knob___Tote_3.jpgWalnut Knob & Tote Mounted215 views This pic shows the walnut knob & tote mounted on my #4 type 9 user. writt
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knob_blank_1.jpgKnob Blank123 views I cut the knob blank 2"X2"X2". The top and bottom must be very parallel. and the height is the finished height of the knob. On the top drill a 7/16" diameter hole 1/2" deep for the brass mounting nut. On the bottom drill a 19/32" diameter hole 1/2" deep to fit over the boss on the plane. Then drill a 5/16" hole through. Turning is the last thing I do. writt
pattern_makers_plane2.jpg
pattern_makers_plane2.jpgPattern Maker's Plane 2223 views You can see how the shoe attaches to the base. The rear attachment screw is under the tote. writt
minimox2.jpg
minimox2.jpgminimox side224 viewsHere is a good view of the longer front jaw allowing the rear jaw to be registered in the same plane as the bench apron. writt
plough2.jpg
plough2.jpgPlough RT Side118 views Screw Arm Plough Right Side writt
pattern_makers_plane1.jpg
pattern_makers_plane1.jpgPattern Maker's Plane 1281 views Here you can see how the shoe is attached to the base. The base casting is not Stanley. The complete frog assembly, the iron, the cap iron and the lever cap are Stanley. writt
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TSchaplin3.jpgChaplin's Patent sole157 views I think these corrugations are cast into the sole. writt

Last additions - writt's Gallery
cocosets2.jpg
cocosets2.jpgCocobolo Wood Sets149 viewsThis pic is of the first sets of Stanley wood out of cocobolo. They have been polished to P600, a light coat of "Tony's Goop" applied and several coats of wax. writtNov 24, 2011
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miterbox1.jpgMiter Box 1138 views Side View of Unknown Miter Box writtSep 13, 2011
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miterbox2.jpgMiter Box 294 views Side View of Unknown Miter Box writtSep 13, 2011
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miterbox3.jpgMiter Box 382 viewsBottom view of unknown miter box writtSep 13, 2011
knob_blank_1.jpg
knob_blank_1.jpgKnob Blank123 views I cut the knob blank 2"X2"X2". The top and bottom must be very parallel. and the height is the finished height of the knob. On the top drill a 7/16" diameter hole 1/2" deep for the brass mounting nut. On the bottom drill a 19/32" diameter hole 1/2" deep to fit over the boss on the plane. Then drill a 5/16" hole through. Turning is the last thing I do. writtJun 05, 2011
knob_blank_2.jpg
knob_blank_2.jpgKnob Blank Bottom106 views This is the bottom of the knob blank. You can see the 19/23" diameter hole and the 5/16" diameter thru hole. writtJun 05, 2011
lathe_fixture.jpg
lathe_fixture.jpgKnob Fixture126 views This is the fixture for turning the knob. It is tapped 1/4-20. The large hole in the bottom of the knob fits over the small diameter on the fixture uo to the face of the larger diameter and is held on with a 1/4-20 socket cap screw. writtJun 05, 2011
lathe_setup.jpg
lathe_setup.jpgLathe Setup123 viewsI use a live center for turning because there is a lot hanging out of the spindle. The center is removed for shaping the top of the knob. writtJun 05, 2011

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