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01-GroupPicture-1.jpgGroup picture119 viewsLeft to right, top to bottom:
Coulaux coopering plane, ECE block plane, Stanley 220, English Infill Smoother, Record 043 plough plane, P.A. Gladwin & C Dado plane, English Infill Shoulder plane, English turnscrew, Charles Taylor cleaver
saltchuck
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04-InfillShoulder-1.jpgInfill Shoulder Plane, side view69 viewsGunmetal shell, ebony infill, 1.5" iron
Purchased from Charles Stirling, Bristol Design, Bristol, UK
saltchuck
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05-InfillShoulder-2.jpgOwner's mark (?) on Infill Shoulder plane70 viewsGunmetal shell, ebony infillsaltchuck
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06-InfillSmoother-1.jpgInfill Smoother, side view77 viewsSteel shell, rosewood infill, Ward iron.
Purchased from Gerry Dawson in Lyme Regis, England
saltchuck
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07-InfillSmoother-2.jpgInfill Smoother, front view72 viewsSteel shell, rosewood infill, Ward ironsaltchuck
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IMG_0412_resize.jpgmild_steel_dovetailed_dovetail_marker26 viewsTwo pieces of 1/8 mild steel dovetailed together (like a dovetailed infill plane). One end has sides 90 deg to the joint, the other end has sides at an appropriate angle for wooden dovetails.dhahn
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infill_17.JPG17 inch infill28 viewslong infill, cast body, wedged iron.
Someone sanded the cr*p out of the wood, but left the body alone (thank goodness!). Mouth is too large, so I need to make a thicker iron for it.
dlarue
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infill_1.jpginfill1169 viewsroy griggs
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infill_2.jpginfill 2169 viewsroy griggs
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infill_side.jpgInfill 3150 viewsroy griggs
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P1010829.JPGBrian Beck Infill Block Plane, truly a "Work Of Art".35 viewsThis is a very fine low angle block plane from the hand of Brian Beck, Seattle tool maker. It was presented to me as a birthday gift and I can't help but let the rest of the tool world, such as I know it, see this fine piece of work. It works so smoothly it is like pushing a warm knife through warm butter. It has a Beech infill with a Purple Heart Wedge. The body is brass, dovetailed and soldered. It is truly a beauty to behold. Brian knows I love using low angle planes and surprised me with it.Knudson Tool
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Infills_on_wild_toolchest.jpg103 viewscool planes on an amazing marquetry tool chestjerkinsj
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