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This plane is a bronze casting that I did the clean up and infilled with cocobolo. You can get these as kits but I wanted to do my own design and some details that would make it different.
I have never made another of these cast body planes because I discovered the dovetail infill planes and prefer that style.
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How in the world did you do a bronze casting? I wish I was a metalsmith/woodworker, too! That's a great looking plane and I be it works great too.
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