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    Stanley Plane Type Study

    Over on Wood Central, somebody posted a link to a type study I'd never seen before.

    Turns out, it's probably the easiest to follow type study I've ever come across, and the many photos in it make it really useful.

    I know that I'm not the only plane nut, errrr, collector here, so some of you might also find this useful:

    Rexmill Plane Study
    Jim D.
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    Thanks for sharing Jim!
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    Very nice. Thanks for posting. (Too bad his site is set up in such a way you can't like directly to the Type Study page.)
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    Rexmill is definitely the best type study I've come across, good job sharing.

    I usually type them when I first get em, then forget and never bother again. lol

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    well jim,, now all you need to do is have someone mke a pictorial booklet for you.. tom you listening in here
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    well jim,, now all you need to do is have someone mke a pictorial booklet for you.. tom you listening in here
    You talking to me?????????
    Hey I'm always up for a new photography project.
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    no tom was referring to tom niemi.. if we could get those pages in pdf format, a booklet could be made from them.. tom has that capability.. i used to
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    Will made a PDF of it tomorrow

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    Too many Toms, lol

    I'd be very interested in what you come up with, Tom!

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