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  • #131872
    Jay
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    I actually think I may just insert a piece of kaizen foam in the box when it’s done and cut out grooves for the razors. Possibly a bit of a cop-out, but may actually be the best way to store them. 😛

    #131743
    Jay
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    Matt, thanks for the reply.

    I was afraid that was what I was going to have to do… it seems like it will be a bit time consuming, but I guess not too hard. I may make a rabbet around the entire base so I don’t have to stop the dadoes. You are right that my dividers will all run parallel. There are some very thin (1/8?) basswood slats at the craft store that I may use for the dividers. I don’t think I have a 1/8 router blade, but I do have a 1/8 chisel, so that may be a bit tedious… haha.

    #124074
    Jay
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    He has some good videos. Thanks for sharing.

    #123561
    Jay
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    Oh ok… I have seen the ones with the pouch. The ones from Amazon for $150 range do not have the pouch. They do have the stick-on anti-slip feet on the bottom.

    #123559
    Jay
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    I got mine from Amazon and paid about the same as the other guys have mentioned… around $150 for the set. Eddy, I’m not sure what the 81/86 number is? Did they redesign them?

    #123557
    Jay
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    I have the Stanley from Lee Valley that is about $10. It’s fine, no problems with it.

    *edit* Just checked and it went up to $12.50 but still a great bargain.

    #123269
    Jay
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    This is a great documentary. I mentioned it in another thread… not only does it appeal to a woodworker, but like most of Herzog’s films it is really beautiful and thoughtful.

    #123045
    Jay
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    Congratulations, Salko. Way to go.

    I have that veritas skew rabbet you mentioned… it is really sweet. Take a look at that one.

    #123044
    Jay
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    Those planes look great. Very lovely shapes. I’m sure they are comfortable to use.

    I wish we had access to beech here… it seems tricky to find.

    #123025
    Jay
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    I have one of their router plane blades. It’s fine… better than my old Stanleys.

    #122210
    Jay
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    I believe it’s used for cutting boards quite a bit… so could probably be used for other kitchen projects as well.

    #121914
    Jay
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    #121897
    Jay
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    Dave, that one looks like it’s in pretty nice shape. Looks like a keeper.

    #121359
    Jay
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    Looks great, Dave. I like that Shaker look.

    #121348
    Jay
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    Aluminum Zirconia belts (the blue ones) are fast and last a long time. Just cut the width of the belt and lay it flat on some granite or plate glass. A little general purpose spray glue will help keep it in place but it will still peel off easily.

    Sometimes you can get those belts at HF for $5.

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