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DougB

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PostSubject: Plane adjusting mallet   Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:22 pm

I finally got around to finding out why the nice little vintage coffin smoother I've had for a while would never behave. Now that I have a working wooden plane, I decided I needed something to adjust the iron with. I had a nice piece of pecan sitting around that was pretty much dry, so I turned this little guy.



It is a little on the light side, but works well. I might add some weight by drilling and adding lead shot with epoxy, or I might just turn another with a larger head. Traditionally plane adjusting hammers are brass. Thought I would use what I had.

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Dave W

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PostSubject: Re: Plane adjusting mallet   Thu Dec 22, 2011 6:38 pm

If it works, why not...

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