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    Hand plane Stanley Number 4 Restoration.

    <span style=”font-family: Roboto; line-height: 1.5; background-color: #f9f9f9;”>On woodworking, tools usually cost Time-Money-Frustration. If you buy a High end Veritas, Lie-Nielsen will cost you almost no Time and Frustration but you end up spend Money. If you get a cheap tool probably you save Money but will cost you Time and frustration. So you need access what you are willing to invest on the tool and choose between Time, Money or Frustration.</span>

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    Augusto Campos

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  • Morbius
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    Always great to see an old tool put back into service :)

  • Bill White
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    Stanley #4

    My first plane was a #4C.  It has served me well, and led to adding many more. Most needed a restoration, but so what?  The pleasure of taking a bit of history and turning it into a valued addition to my hand tool collection is well worth the time.  Besides that, the resto allows me to fully understand the function of each plane.


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