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Now this one I LIKE A LOT!

You certainly took it to the next level with this one. Very nice.
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I'm looking for suggestions for the next one.
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I'm looking for suggestions for the next one.
Not much I can say, it looks awesome! My only critique is the lever cap knob has 3x the threaded rod than it needs... other than that it looks perfect. That ain't much but a bit of grinding.

Really, bravo on the build.

I've considered building a dovetailed infill for some time now but that's on hold as I'm investigating casting a bronze one instead along with a couple different shoulder planes.

Did you use the new anvil to peen the dovetails?
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I did use the new anvil
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just for clearity, the last picture was with the cap loose (the finish was still tacky)




more pictures have been put here
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Oh damn that is awesome. I want to try that.
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Well done Don, the plane looks terrific. Almost too nice to use.

Looks like a labour of love. All we need now are the action shots.
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those are beautiful. i have a couple of planes that would be good candidates for that type of treatment ... if only i was capable f work like that.

what kind of epoxy do you use for those?

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what kind of epoxy do you use for those?
There is no epoxy in the last one. I typically use aggraglas from Brownell's. I tried the locktite brand from Home depot but had a tote fail, so I will not trust just epoxy again. It will be pinned or screwed.
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and one more for the fun of it.





See some more here.
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Love those infill planes. Built a small one myself. Ralph


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You just getting crazy with it now, Don! Looks great!
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I would like to see a Stanley 51 infill! up for the challenge?

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Maybe our next project exchange should be a shop-built plane exchange. OOO, I'd hope to get one from Don for sure!
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hahaha

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Maybe our next project exchange should be a shop-built plane exchange. OOO, I'd hope to get one from Don for sure!
hahaha, I think we all would like to get one of Don's!

I can't imagine trying to do that swap. There would be less than 5 entering. I don't think this forum is ready for it yet... maybe in a couple years, with Don continuing to inspire, and there will be enough guys doing this to do one. Sure would be cool!
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.. maybe in a couple years, with Don continuing to inspire, and there will be enough guys doing this to do one. Sure would be cool!
When you get your Bronze casting dialed in, we could all put in orders with you to cast our custom plane bodies! then All we would have to do is the infill!!

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