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271778 John Ruth <johnrruth@h...> 2020‑09‑15 Re: Aluminum #6 in Video
Tim,

Thanks for posting that.

Would the Shipwright have been better off with a Stanley #51 Chute [Shoot] Board
Plane, or the Lie-Nielsen version?
https://www.lie-nielsen.com/products/no-51
-shoot-board-plane-?path=handplanes&node=4063

Per Patrick’s Blood & Gore, Stanley said “Chute,” whereas Lie-Nielsen uses
“Shoot.”  I’m not sure which I prefer; probably “Shoot.”)



Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 15, 2020, at 12:20 AM, Tim mailto:tpendleton@g...>> wrote:

GGs,

In this video, a Shipwright gives an aluminum #6 plane (a lightweight big
brother to a #5, Jeff) on some 25' long planks. For the squeamish, a few
electrons did take one for the team at one point in the video.

https://www.youtube.com/wa
tch?v=0le4e9KgmlU

Bonus: there is some genuine Galoot Tool Porn at the end of the video.

Tim
Enjoying some balmy weather in NJ today.
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