Well - at least one's been delivered.... 8)ydb1md":3lpsocxa said:Any one got any first impressions (or gloats) to share?
It looks pretty sitting on his desk, but where are the shavings? sheesh . . . :roll: 8)Rob Lee":euo0fkqy said:Well - at least one's been delivered.... 8)
http://www.forums.woodnet.net/ubbthread ... ed&sb=5&o=
Well -Alf":lj5bwl6n said:(snip)
<looks at the calendar>
My program for the forseeable future. Not that I'm expecting much of it, you understand... :roll:
Geez, I checked MY email twice before I realized you were addressing Alf .Rob Lee":1c7fc90t said:
Very interesting! I was about to comment that the mouth was non-adjustable, but I see that the mouth will be controlled by something other than the front knob. (evidenced by the hole in the casting between the knob boss and the mouth area) I'm envisioning something like the control for the LV BD frog, but turned around to control the mouth opening from the front.Rob Lee":28fq5gub said:
Oooo. Ahhhh. I seeeeeeeeee. Well, well. :-kRob Lee":3ui8fqhl said:Or - check your email for something you can't even talk about.... 8)
I made a couple display cabinets with coopered doors for storage of their pieces that a client really liked.waterhead37":8d6tlei7 said:Nice pattermaker's interchangeable sole plane! So - what will you use it for Mike? Good for covings I guess.
Now that a bit of time has elapsed - is it appropriate to let you know that I picked the file names to "encourage" you to poke around??? :lol: :lol: :lol:ydb1md":2w86v4bx said:(snip)
Gotta go snooping & find some pics of the bottom of that casting.
Very cool! Gives one much to think about . . . .