The Slightly Confused Woodworker


The Slightly Confused Woodworker

With my wife and daughter out visiting today, I had a few hours to myself after I returned home from work. My Ron Hock shoulder plane kit arrived a few days back so I decided to start making it. Being that I made the block plane, I figured that I wouldn’t need to watch the build video on the Hock website while I was making the plane, though I will admit that I did watch it yesterday afternoon. This kit was a little more difficult than the block plane in my opinion simply because of the thinner body of the plane. The block plane’s width allowed me to make lateral adjustments much easier than with the shoulder plane, I could simply place it on a flat surface and adjust as needed. The shoulder plane kit will not just stand up on it’s own, so as I dry clamped one side…

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