Reply To: Joinery planes, which one first?

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Reply To: Joinery planes, which one first?2015-07-10T07:46:46+00:00
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Interesting video from Paul Sellers, I’ll try that technique for fun.

I do plan to work on mortise and tenons instead of pocket holes for my projects but I won’t drop the kreg jig completely, it’s just so quick.

So no Lie Nielsen plough planes available? I used Joshua’s link to ebay for Stanley 45 combination planes. Is close to $200 reasonable for a full working set of cutters and a good condition plane?

I like the idea of having a versatile tool as I am a beginner so I’m drawn to the Stanley 45, I can acquire dedicated planes later. I mostly build little gifts for friends and family.

So, wait for a Lie Neilsen version of a plough or combination plane or purchase a Stanley 45 on ebay?

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