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  1. #11
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    Yeah! I will never forget the first use of a plane after I had the WorkSharp 3000 (for sharpness) and the Veritas low angle plane (very easy to adjust very accurately). What a feeling. I started using a plane on everything (and I am really an electric power person). As someone else said, the sound, the smoothness, the feel of the wood, etc. really can get to you.

    I have several planes now. However, my go to plane is the least expensive of the bunch; a wonderful FWW member made a wooden plane with Hock iron. It didn't cost me a cent and it is easy to adjust. The iron makes it rock solid. It is easy to sharpen and put back to work. And, as I said, a wonderful man made it for me---Take a bow Toni Ciuraneta of Barcelona (a country within a country).

    Don't worry. I am not going to convert to Neanderthal---I'm too old.

    Enjoy,

    JimB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim C Bradley View Post
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    Don't worry. I am not going to convert to Neanderthal---I'm too old.
    Isn't that an oxymoron? I'm more of a neanderthal by nature and a power tool user due to expediency (vroom!!!).

    I'd have to agree the feeling of taking a looooonnnnggg shaving of indeterminate thinness (I admit to having fondled, caressed, unrolled and generally admired but not to having measured my shavings ) in one pass is a weirdly satisfying feeling. Embrace the dark side!

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    And a coffee can of those shavings are the best charcoal lighter I have found.

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    Good share Roger. May we all continue to have those Eureka moments as we move down the trail.
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