I know I go on about it a bit but prices this good are semi-regular on Gumtree.AndyT":ys4k6iqx said:Presumably there won't be any more from the same place at the same price, so can you give us a clue as to how you got so lucky?
Paul Sellers. Lots of followers on YouTube including many in the US who enjoy the current exchange rate and eBay global shipping.Mr_Pea":1nkigqai said:Chap on another forum was so saying this was for the perfect tool for tendons. Has some internet guru been demonstrating this ? It never even occurred to me to do it that way.
My Record 074 is a tonne weight. That makes the trimming of tenon shoulders really easy, as once started, the momentum and gravitas of the thing tend to hold it steady through the cut and even knots get trimmed snoothly (but you NEED a sharp blade). Helps a lot that they are bevel up and shallow angle. The sides on mine are mercifully square to the sole and I find running the side on a properly cut tennon face ensures a right angle to the shoulder face."what does a shoulder plane do that a no 78 couldn't?"
You don't put it together like that!Osvaldd":1l6n82re said:mystery..
It's an extra wooden base with an adjustable bit at right angles.Osvaldd":1nmiuc3d said:Care to elaborate on the Bob Wearing's 'router foot', Sam. I'm searching the web but nothing came up. Is it from the book Making Woodwork Aids and Devices ?