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gage.jpgrepaired gauge22 viewsbusted head, bought cheap, fixed with a bit of glue, haha!dlarue
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Possible_depth_adjustment.jpgPossible depth adjuster?13 viewsThis closeup shows what appears to be an unthreaded thumb screw (peg?) in a position that would allow it to be used as a depth adjustment for the possible thickness gauge formed by the spring arm. At present the end of the thumb peg is level with the underside of the arm in which it is affixed. It does not protrude and thus is presently not providing support for the spring arm assembly. The thumb peg is too rusted to move.Sgt42RHR
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H3.jpgCrosspeen and thumbscrew24 views2.5 lb (ish) cross peen hammer head and pencil gauge thumbscrew. nicknaylo
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20131029_3488ss.jpgSpiers Panel Plane w parallel 5/32" Sorby iron407 viewsEven though I can slip 0.046 inches of feeler gauge into the mouth, it can consistently produce cherry shavings between 0.001 and 0.002 inches - provided the cap iron aka chip breaker is set back the absolute minimum my eyes can detect - with magnification. Would a tighter mouth make it any more useful?Schwartz
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Vienna_FlohMarkt_Loot.jpgWien Flohmarkt Finds 1173 viewsPlane, spoon and marking/inlay gauge. Found at Vienna Flea Marketjerkinsj
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Planes.jpgWien Flohmarkt Finds 2131 viewsAlternate view of plane and marking/inlay gaugejerkinsj
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gauge_002a.jpgmarking guage 2106 viewsroy griggs
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gauge_004a.jpgMarking guage129 viewsLapacho (Ipe) and brass....saw a piece on WKFineTools....so I thought it was an interesting project for the weekend.roy griggs
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Ward___Co__New_York_slitting_gauge-Galootaclaus_2011.jpgWard & Co. New York slitting gauge68 viewsThank you Elf Josh, this is a lovely tool, the fence is true and tight, the blade is polished and razor sharp. I really like the RB initials stamped on each side of the stem. This gauge will fit in nicely with my plans for veneering chests.
Sgt42RHR
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marking_gauges.jpg167 viewszdillinger
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New_Addition_to_the_Tool_Wall.JPGNew rack for marking gauges177 viewsLower Left. I used wormy chestnut finished with garnet shellac. I used the 250 year old plane on the top to cut the beading.Sgt42RHR
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Wormy_Chestnut_rack_for_marking_gauges~0.JPGWormy Chestnut rack for marking gauges176 viewsWormy Chestnut from attic flooring in my folks old house. The bead on the top and front edges was cut with a plane beloning to my GGGrandfather (maker stoped making planes in London in 1765). One coat of 1.5 pound cut garnet shellac wiped on. Multiple mortise gauges have been a blessing making my folding 18th century side chair.Sgt42RHR
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