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Rear of the Moxon. Holdfasts hold it on the workbench quickly and allow its removal just as quick.
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Here's another one. THis is a scratch stock I made awhile back.
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Dovetail markers....
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Lastly a bow saw from a Grammercy kit.
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Maybe this... :)
I think that he will need a bigger saw ....

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I think that he will need a bigger saw ....
How bout this one? It's 7'2"

Nahh, still need a bigger one.
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Frame saw I built last summer. Blade is from Highland Woodworking.

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Here are a couple from this last year. These have been posted around the site as well.

Carvers Mallet


Shooting Board


Tool Dauber


Radius Template


I don't really have a good photo but here is my workbench. Probably the most useful tool in the shop.


On my todo list is a frame saw and a brass shoulder plane.
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Love the mallet! Did you make the head, too?

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Love the mallet! Did you make the head, too?
Thanks, I made the head as well. Here is the build thread.

http://www.woodworkingtalk.com/f11/h...-mallet-40138/
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This is a mallet I made for my first lathe project when I was in nightschool.

I didn't like the original plan that my teacher drew up - I wanted something more decorative with a nicer feel to it. So my teacher said "sure, here, change the plans and stick to them or I'll have to fail you on this project".

When I finished it, he wouldn't put it down - everybody loves to handle it.
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all those hand tools look great. firemedic was the marking gauge you made tough to make because i am thinking about making one i just dont realy know how to.
The marking gauge was in shopnotes 54. A few other ones are available in other issues.
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Another peek at roughed-out parts for the plane I was hinting around at...
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Another peek at roughed-out parts for the plane I was hinting around at...
OK, I obviously missed an important part. We're going to need more info!!
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That's some nice machining. I really like the lever cap screw. Show us more!

If I'm guessing correctly, you will also have a cross rib that will fit across the lever cap - will that be mounted in wood sides, or will you use metal inserts on the sides to stabilize the rib?

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OK, I obviously missed an important part. We're going to need more info!!
You didn't really miss anything, Don. I only posted a picture of the rear of the plane. I'm building a hybrid fore plane for a friend of mine. It has a persimmon sole and sides, rosewood infill, a 5/16" O1 iron I made, the lever cap you see and cap knob have more work to go. I can't post the plane itself because it's a surprise to the recipient. I did include a picture of the iron though.

I'm building this as a hybrid of sorts because the next one will be a dovetailed steel infill.

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That's some nice machining. I really like the lever cap screw. Show us more!

If I'm guessing correctly, you will also have a cross rib that will fit across the lever cap - will that be mounted in wood sides, or will you use metal inserts on the sides to stabilize the rib?
Yes, it does have a cross pin - also steel. It will be in wood sides but I'm not concerned with reinforcing them with steel, they are into persimmon, an extremely durable wood.

I'll post pictures of the finished plane once Rob gets it's, I don't want to ruin the surprise!
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While I didn't make this plane, that's obviously Wayne Anderson, I did engrave it for him. Just completed this week.
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Layne, both the plane and the engraving are stupendous! Thanks for sharing.
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Some very nice tools but I agree with bench being most important tool and what about the box to put the tools in??
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Nice bench and chests Mike!

A couple more sneak peeks of the plane I'm building for Rob over at Funktionhouse... Hope he doesn't see these!
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That looks awesome! How does one knurl knobs, by the way? Buying them as parts always seems very expensive so I imagine they must be tricky.
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