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piper

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Hi,
I am trying to get a name for a type of plane which I haven't seen before until now. I borrowed it from a friend to try it out. It is not new or recent I don't think.
I am not permitted to post photos or links on this forum so I can only describe it.
It has interchangeable wooden soles, of various diameters, 1 1/2", 2", 3" and 4" and a set of curved blades to suit each sole, there is also a another sole with multiple curves forming a specific shape. The plane itself is metal apart from the clip on soles.
Thanks for looking.
 

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As long as the image file size is 256kb or less you can upload direct to the UKW server, this way images stay with the post and are not lost should anything change with an external host.

Use the Upload attachment dialogue below the New post dialogue box.

'Browse' (to locate the file on your computer) and 'Add File'
postingimages.jpg
 

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it sounds to me like...

it's a bit pointless prohibiting new signups from posting images. :S
 

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alan2001":7fyvx8xj said:
it sounds to me like...

it's a bit pointless prohibiting new signups from posting images. :S
Spam-bots want to sign up and post adverts (and worse) immediately. The delay prevents them.

BugBear
 

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dunbarhamlin":24t1qu1s said:
Sounds like a patternmaker's plane
Yes thats it, identical. My curiosity is satisfiied, thanks for the answer.
 

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