HOCK Shoulder Plane Build Blog

 

Woodcanuck's Shoulder Plane

Ian at Woodcanuck’s Blog has built one of our shoulder plane kits. He recorded the build here and describes the post-glue tune-up here. Thanks, Ian, for the great report!

About Ron Hock

Owner of HOCK TOOLS (.com) and author of "The Perfect Edge, the Ultimate Guide to Sharpening for Woodworkers"
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2 Responses to HOCK Shoulder Plane Build Blog

  1. woodcanuck says:

    Thanks Ron, I really enjoyed making this plane, I’m dying to fit some tenons now.

    I’ll probably get to the other kit in the next couple of weeks, I’ll let you know how that one goes too. I’m thinking of also using it as a template to try and make a longer jointing plane using the same sized blade.

    Ian

    • Ron Hock says:

      I recommend tracing off the parts to use as templates for the next plane. Adapting the basic parts to other lengths and blades is easy. The mouth/ramp/cross-pin relationship is the only critical part. Good luck! And thanks for your post.

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