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Why don't I remember to come to instructables whenever I need to do something? Always the best information with the simplest instructions. I could have saved two hours. Thanks!
Thanks! It's only been a few days, so I'll update in a couple of weeks if I have any problems.
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With a workbench like that, you KNOW you can trust this guy's advice!
This is an amazingly detailed record of your experimentation. Lots of very valuable information, well organized for future reference.One question: have you tried using heat to connect parts? For instance, melting the edges of two sheets on a hot surface like a frying pan and then clamping them together to cool. Tongue and groove connections are sturdy for some connections - and can look quite beautiful - but for right angles could be problematic.Thanks so much for sharing this valuable document. It reads like a professional engineering paper, only easy for the layman to understand!
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I was. Great combination.
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I'm also a big fan of Paul, and he would be proud. This is a great way to get a feel for making and using wooden planes without getting caught up in the fiddly art of adjusting.
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