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A Fun Weekend

I had a great time last weekend at the  Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking annual open house combined with a Lie-Nielsen Hand Tool Event. It was a lot of fun and I got to meet many people and make some … Continue reading

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A Customer’s Plane

A customer sent me this photo of his Lie-Nielsen bronze #4-1/2 smoothing plane I made the holly knob and tote for him. I don’t know who did the engraving. This plane is absolutely gorgeous. As always, thanks for stopping by … Continue reading

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Stanley Tote Modification

This pic shows a vintage Stanley tote toe from my old #7 jointer. You can see a flat milled for the toe attachment screw. Recently much needed new tooling was made for the Stanley totes. This presented the opportunity to … Continue reading

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New Product Developement

Knobs and totes for Lie-Nielsen bench planes are currently under development. I’m documenting the entire process for a series of blog articles. At the very least you will get a feel for the processes involved in tote making, but, hopefully … Continue reading

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