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Once the planer was together I still needed to sharpen the blades before I could finish it. Because there are so many moving parts in a planer it means they have to be lubricated to keep them from being damaged. Philip Johnson12-05-2010, 1:29 AMWas kind of a slow year here no big tools but I did pick up a Festool track saw and a few chisels and Akeada dovetail jig and a couple routers to go with it, maybe snuck a Lie-Nielsen block plane in there someplace, a pin nailer and an arched cabinet door pattern set.
I was give a Stanley No 5 plane from a fellow woodworker on another forum that I need to find time to tear apart and clean up. BOB OLINGER12-08-2010, 8:27 AMI was fortunate to grab one of the DeWalt 735 planers on close out at HD earlier this year.
Bill Geyer12-08-2010, 9:42 PMThe big changes were finally finding a good used multi-router and changing to Byrd helical heads in my jointer and planer. David Nelson112-30-2010, 10:56 AMI would have to say although its not a tool it would be drywall, insulation, 100 amp breaker box.
Set the blade to the flooring height then cut all the jambs in the house in about 15 minutes! I don't build models but this little plane is so handy and effective for many tasks I keep it always close by. My old Record small router plane is gone and the doglegged chisel doesn't get used anymore.
I traded a Delta 10" non slide miter saw that I cleaned up, fitted with a cheap blade that I had sharpened by a friend. The Groz planes were dead flat with no rework needed anywhere other than the blades which needed sharpening.