How to Make a Hand Plane
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I focus on the Jack Plane in this excerpt from a class where we build an entire set of Wood Body Hand Planes.
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Subbed. Beautiful wood choice.
Nice work I like your idea and efforts
You are great and super
our block plane can’t be adjustable, how can I improve it ? https://www.amazon.com/Wood-Block-Plane-POLUTS-Woodworking/dp/B07LFWKMJN
Nice build but also seems to be very difficult project for begginers
Just curious what kind of square/bevel guage are you using (very nice )👍🏻
when you have all the wood machine in the world.shit
I’m sure you will find good solutions for all your ideas on the Woodglut website.
I find the lateral adjuster difficult. It needs to be a little longer for leverage in my opinion. However the planes work really well and are more comfortable than my Stanleys.
Nice shop and mad props. You got skills, my dude.
Buenas tardes … amigo, soy aficionado a la carpintería y quiero hacer un proyecto que desde hace tiempo lo tengo en mente .. una mesa para jugar dominó .. me gusta su trabajo, es detallado y excelente .. podría usted ayudarme con este proyecto? haciendo un vídeo, fabricando una mesa para jugar dominó
They look wonderful,but do they work?? You didn’t show us.
It costs such a plane. I would like to order from you for personal use.
interesting, i was researching into knurled thumb screw sets and seems the one you’re using here with the expanding insert is actually intended for plastics. but seems to be working wonderfully here
Me encanta tu tutorial , por que no tuve que escuchar una dichosa y aburrida musica de fondo!!
*Been waiting to get one for a while **MyBest.Tools** Love it and easy to use. Braced pieces and ran thru on edges. Solid product. Still using my hand planer.*
I loved watching this build, but I chuckled a bit at you using a jointer and a planer to build a hand plane.
In our country I can buy 2 Stanley hand planes for the price of that piece of wood alone… 🙂
I Want This What Is Price I Am From India You Can Currier To Me
Será que nenhum Brasileiro faz essa como chama esse aparelho de nivelar
Video quality is good and the end products look great. I was laughing so hard though. There is a certain amount of unintentional comedy at clicking a video to see making a hand plane and instantly see the use of a jointer and planing machine. Irony really is funny.
A fantastic planer from a beautiful wood. 👍👍👍
What’s the wood species?
You see, the reason someone would be watching this video would be because they need a hand plane but don’t want or can’t afford to buy one. Therefore, your target audience does not possess a hand plane and therefore would be hoping that the video will instruct them on how to make a hand plane without requiring a hand plane to make it. However, you depended on a hand plane to make the hand plane, thereby failing to meet the needs of your target audience. Do you understand the mistake that you made now?
Good video I learned a lot how much was the wood you used how much for your patterns I would like to make all your plans
Make yourself a hand plane , first your going to need a load of expensive machines and workshop and your going to need to buy a couple hand planes to finish the work .
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Nice! Elegant design. How well do they perform at task vs. a modern iron body plane? The only downside I can think of is maybe they have less mass?
Very inspirational! Beautiful work! Where do you get the parts? Adjusting screw assembly, cap screw, etc..
Sir your video is amazing I Like this video ❤❤❤❤❤❤👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👈🏻👈🏻💯💯💯💯💯
Nice video man thx for showing me this hopefully i can do it from play wold what do you thing is it possible?
Nice work, but it would have been better if the plane had a handle
Having a cheap block of parafin wax (check the canning supply aisle of the grocery store) seems to be a must have for wooden planes. A light swipe across the sole before use will reduce the amount of friction between the plane and your workpiece. By the way, it also great for any hand saws as well. I only recently learned this, being self taught. Thank you for making this video, keep up the good work!
Seems like that blade was dull
What do you use sir?
Nice build. I always like it when someone uses five different planers to make a planer.
Ok, love the video. Beautiful pieces.
I just want to make some planes, not use a plane to make a plane…lol 🤣
These are amazing pieces tho
This is à good job, congratulations. This is amazing and beautiful.
God bless you brother.
Woodprix has a very large project base.
What a waste of self adhesive sand paper.
What’s the distance from the stop to the router bit on the table?
You know, if I had $100,000 worth of state of the art power tools, I probably wouldn’t need to make a plane. Anyone know a tutorial that shows how to make one with real tools that a smoe like me might have on hand?
Great to see that… I made it too. Plans from WoodPrix helped me a lot 🙂
Woodglut instructions is nice for that.
This is a nice video, however, your grain direction is off for the plane. Traditional wooden planes have then quartersawn faces on the sides, not the sole
Thanks a lot dude! Very nice job and learn a lot!
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