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eazygeezer

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    lee
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  1. Hi guys seen a few posts about slate stones for final polishing. Dies anyone use them, are they any good and is there a decent one in the UK?
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    Diamond plates

    So I bought 2 stones dmt fine 600 and e fine 1200 grit. I would really like a 3rd stone for polishing but I think I can wait until the right one comes along. Also I re ground all my chisels to 25 degrees and not 30. It's made a huge difference on chop cuts and paring!! I'm currently using some msg with leather and paste
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    my new Xmas tools

    Here's my other new bits, treated myself for birthday Spot the new stuff lol
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    my new Xmas tools

    Thanks for all the well wishes i already started treating myself. Bought a triton thicknesser yesterday. Ran some test strips through it from old pallet wood and it came out like glass, gonna be a real time saver for prep!!!
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    my new Xmas tools

    The big 50 for me, kinda makes me feel old
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    my new Xmas tools

    So my vice is fitted now My birthday in 2 weeks and my dear old mum is buying me a gyokucho saw!! I'm also gonna treat myself to a veritas dovetail saw. Also been looking at a vintage plough plane, I think then I'll be fully kitted out for the jobs i have in mind. Of course I may well buy some other bits in future
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    Diamond plates

    Yeah sound advice, I may skip the 250, I can use my belt sander for coarse if I need a total reshape I guess. I think the eef was 8000 grit but it had average reviews and was 100 quid!. i have some leather so gonna make my own strop I think
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    Diamond plates

    I was planning for a coarse 250 grit, fine 600 grit and extra fine roughly 60quid each. I'm running out of sandpaper and the oil stone I have is already hollowed despite trying to use the full stone. I've shopped around on Amazon, ebay, axminster and other UK stockists and the cheapest I can find is ebay. I can't do a great deal about the cost, it was more about whether they were any good!! Sound advice as usual many thanks for your input!
  9. Hi so I'm looking at buying 3 sharpening plates, I'm considering dmt stones, they are around 65 each. Any of you guys use them? What would you recommend?
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    my new Xmas tools

    Fitted the vice today and tried out all my new cool stuff! Practiced a couple of dovetails and they took only 30 mins each Got the sample box completed. Now I need some nice wood for the real thing!! Anyone got pointers for cheap hardwood in Kent, UK?
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    my new Xmas tools

    Got a couple of leaks in the roof I need to seal
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    my new Xmas tools

    Also got a new bench vice, which I will hopefully fit in the next couple of days.
  13. Here are my new tools that people kindly got me for Xmas I also have a veritas dual marking gauge just haven't taken a pic yet!!
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    vintage tools!

    I do have a poor man's shoulder plane, not quite finished yet though. I'll probably treat myself to a 93. Yeah my fave crisps :). My chisels were quite cheap stanley ones but the hold a nice sharp edge! I'll do a bit more research for vintage chisels and maybe get some in the new year
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    handcut dovetails

    So I attempted a half lapped dovetail, didn't follow any set process and it was rubbish. Had a little watch of Paul sellers method and this was attempt 2, I must sat I'm pretty happy with this considering the wood was not fully tried and it was scrap wood. Really happy with the lapped pins

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