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Here’s my latest infill plane, now up on e-Bay. The design of the plane remains that of my last, but the infill, starting with the closed tote, differs reflecting input from George Wilson, Derek Cohen, and others. Here are the technical details:
I am eager for input, positive and negative, from all corners. My goal is to make superb planes, and I figure the best way to get to that point is to listen carefully to folks who know more than I do. And I don’t have a thin skin, to be sure, so let fly, one and all.
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