Timothy E. Ellsworth describes how to true and tune your metal plane, explaining how to lap the bottom, surface the frog, and file off burrs from nicks acquired over time. He explains how to set the opening, seat the chipbreaker, and make adjustments specifically to a block plane. Then he builds a wooden plane from the blank up. He closes with tips on remedying mistakes and defects in planes. From Fine Woodworking #1
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