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Grinding a Scrub Plane Blade - In The Woodshop

Grinding a Scrub or Jack Plane Blade. There are two ways to grind a curve onto a blade. The first is just do it freehand at a grinder. Since the surface is going to be chewed up (although it can be chewed up neatly!), the blade shape is less critical. So just get as close a curve as you can. The grind

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How To Convert a Smoothing Plane into a Scrub Plane ...

Honing a curved scrub plane blade can be challenging, but you'll find the hollow-ground blade surface left by the bench grinder gives you two positive points of contact to bear against a stone. Take it slow and try to keep both the cutting edge and the heel of the bevel riding on the stone as you swing the blade through the arc. Also scrub planes don't work well when working parallel to a ...

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How to Grind a Chisel or Plane Blade without Burning It ...

30/01/2014  This episode originally aired on July 8, 2011.The grinder is a very useful tool in the hand tool shop. While there are certainly alternative methods to estab...

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Re: Grinding a scrub plane blade.

paul womack >While the result is not guarenteed, fortunately it is quite easy to do. I'll second that - since my (template-less) grinding was also easy. I suspect that your grinder + support would nicely grind a scrub blade with a simple dowel or "pin" as the pivot; I strongly suspect the template shape is

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Grinding a scrub plane blade. *LINK* *PIC*

Grinding a scrub plane blade. *LINK* *PIC* Response To: ebay stanley scrub plane blade woes Derek Cohen (in Perth Australia) >There are two ways to grind a curve onto a blade. The first is just do it freehand at a grinder. Since the surface is going to be chewed up (although this can be chewed up neatly!), the blade shape is less critical. So just get as close a curve as you can. The grind ...

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Re: Grinding a scrub plane blade.

Re: Grinding a scrub plane blade. Derek Cohen (in Perth Australia) >"What I'm saying is, there is a substantial "control" input from you (the operator) when you're doing it."

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Scrub Plane Blades

Mark the Blade; Grind the curved edge. Mark the Blade. Mark the new shape on the back of the blade. I am putting a 3" radius on a blade with a much smaller radius for these pictures. This is not a scrub plane blade. It is a blade from a inexpensive third line manufacturer - Metal Products. An inexpensive blade sacrificed for this test. The goal is to have a visible line that is reasonably thin ...

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Grinding a Scrub Plane Blade by Derek Cohen (in Perth Australia) There are two ways to grind a curve onto a blade. The first is just do it freehand at a grinder. Since the surface is going to be chewed up (although this can be chewed up neatly!), the blade shape is less critical. So just get as close a curve as you can. The grind angle is ideally around 30°. The second method is the one I ...

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Sharpening a Scrub Plane - FineWoodworking

04/08/2006  A scrub plane has a blade with a pronounced curve and works something like a gouge, removing lots of wood in a hurry. However, you sharpen the blade much the same way that you sharpen a blade with a straight edge. Begin by flattening and polishing the back, then work from coarse to fine stones to hone the bevel to about 25°. Do this freehand. To be sure you keep a uniform bevel on the

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Grinding a scrub plane blade. *LINK* *PIC*

Grinding a scrub plane blade. *LINK* *PIC* Response To: ebay stanley scrub plane blade woes Derek Cohen (in Perth Australia) >There are two ways to grind a curve onto a blade. The first is just do it freehand at a grinder. Since the surface is going to be chewed up (although this can be chewed up neatly!), the blade shape is less critical. So just get as close a curve as you can. The grind ...

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Toolerable: Rehabbing an Old Scrub Plane

The good news is that being a scrub plane, the tolerances do not have to be too fine. This is a rough tool, so a lot can be forgiven. The first thing that needed to be done was the blade needed some serious attention. As you can see, when I started lapping the back some pretty serious problems are evident. Whoa! Looks like there is some serious work to do. As you can see, the tip was dubbed ...

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Sharpening scrub planes - Canadian Woodworking and

Sounds pretty easy if you use a grinding wheel and a decent jig, but what happens when you don`t and only have stones to sharpen your tools? This is the situation I should be in soon. I plan on buying a scrub plane, but before I do I need to figure out a method of sharpening the blade. And no, I really don`t want to buy a wheel. I don`t have enough space as it is, getting even more stuff ...

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Scrub Plane - Preparing for use - Woodworking

Ever felt like you needed a scrub plane, or wondered what they are for? Paul shows how to convert a standard #4 bench plane into a scrub plane, including how to reshape the blade. As used in the Preparing Rough Stock video. Posted in Bench Plane, Free, Tools Techniques. 42 Comments . Eddy Flynn on 6 May 2014 at 12:12 pm. thanks for taking the mystery out of this for me. Log in to Reply ...

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How To Camber A Plane Iron (And Why It Works)

1 -Set your grinding rest square to the grinding wheel and grind the arc. You can draw the arc out on the iron or just eyeball it. Pivot the blade around an imaginary center line to grind evenly. It doesn't have to be a perfect circle. You can see if you are grinding evenly because when you look at the iron head on the remains of the straight bevel that you are grinding away will appear ...

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Setting Up and Sharpening a Plane Setting Up and ...

09/04/2018  Plane blade or chisels, they always seem to sharpen out of square! I use a Veritas guide for my chisels but I don’t have the plane blade attachment. I use a cheap single wheel type guide for that set for 25 degrees. How ever careful I am, I always seem to manage to get the blade out of Square and spend hours with 400 grit trying to get it back to square! I’ve even resorted to grinding the ...

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The Veritas (Lee Valley) Scrub Plane

Since the scrub plane is gouging deeply, this means that the blade projects further without the same support available to a plane set for a shallow cut. The stresses on the blade are much higher than usual. As a result, the blade needs to be much thicker than typically used. Where the common Stanley bench plane has a blade of between 1/16” and 5/64” (1.58 – 1.98 mm), their scrub blade is ...

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Hand Tool QA Sharpening a Scrub Plane The

Sharpening a Scrub Plane Blade; Retoothing a Saw; Frame Saw Resawing...and I threw a few more things in there in between and in passing. It's an action packed session. Join My Mailing List. Get on the fast track to the woodworking content you really like

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Toolerable: Rehabbing an Old Scrub Plane

The good news is that being a scrub plane, the tolerances do not have to be too fine. This is a rough tool, so a lot can be forgiven. The first thing that needed to be done was the blade needed some serious attention. As you can see, when I started lapping the back some pretty serious problems are evident. Whoa! Looks like there is some serious work to do. As you can see, the tip was dubbed ...

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Sharpening scrub planes - Canadian Woodworking and

Sounds pretty easy if you use a grinding wheel and a decent jig, but what happens when you don`t and only have stones to sharpen your tools? This is the situation I should be in soon. I plan on buying a scrub plane, but before I do I need to figure out a method of sharpening the blade. And no, I really don`t want to buy a wheel. I don`t have enough space as it is, getting even more stuff ...

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Camber and Bench Planes

Given the large radius of curvature it is impractical to draw a curve on the back of the blade and grind to that curve (the method recommend for cambering a scrub plane blade). Instead, you can achieve a very small camber like this by honing carefully. Scrub plane - People use very different cambers on their scrub planes. Leonard Lee recommends ...

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Friedrich Kollenrott Sharpening chisel and plane blades 2020

4.3 Sharpening the blade of a scrub plane ..... 31 4.4 Sharpening the cutter of a router plane ..... 31 5 Sharpening equipment and accessories .....32 5.1 My sharpening centre ..... 32 5.2 Water stones ..... 33 5.2.1 General notes on water stones ..... 33 5.2.2 Bench stones for sharpening chisel and plane blades..... 34 5.2.3 My water stones (in spring 2020)..... 36 5.3 Angle gauges for ...

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Sharpening Block Planes - Woodcraft

15/08/2016  You can easily grind and hone a 15 ° bevel on the blade and then put a 10 ° back bevel on the face of the blade (as shown in the top drawing at right). This would still leave you with a 25 ° included angle, but you would now have reduced your cutting angle from 45 ° to 35 °. You are still left with a 10 ° relief angle, which is perfectly adequate for block-plane use. Possibly more ...

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scrub plane - Woodworking Masterclasses

15/05/2018  I’m hoping to convert a no4 plane to a scrub plane but dont currently have a bench grinder does anyone know if a can create the convex edge on the iron by other means. i was thinking maybe with sandpaper or would this take along time . 12 May 2018 at 11:58 pm #545259. Ecky H. Participant. Been there, tried it (with a 1.8mm thick HSS blade). It would have take ages, even on a

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Vintage Scrub Plane - AdmiralBumbleBee

05/01/2017  This type of plane has a heavily cambered blade which allows you to work across or diagonally to the grain. The camber allows the blade to both dig in the center while the upswing scores the edges to reduce tearout. The grind on the blade was very poor, so I corrected it while attempting to remove as little metal as possible. The resulting look ...

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Jack plane vs scrub plane, what's the difference? - Hand ...

21/02/2011  A scrub plane will tend to have a more open mouth, a narrower blade, a shorter and narrower sole, and a camber with a tighter radius compared to a jack plane set up for heavy stock removal. The theory has been floated that a scrub plane is more of a carpentry tool than a woodworking (as in furniture making) tool. I have an 8" radius camber on the jack plane that I have, and it's plenty ...

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Veritas Scrub Plane - Lee Valley Tools

The blade edge is ground with a 3" radius, so it takes an aggressive cut. This is the tool to use to get stock into a condition where you then can use a smooth plane. The curved cutting edge of the 1 1/2" wide by 3/16" thick blade gives a distinctive, hand-worked texture to the workpiece. This is a single-iron tool, meaning there is no cap iron ...

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