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Plane Blades Monday List on 17 January 2005 (sent today 3-1-05, by Jim) I make custom, collector and user blades from industrial grade steel and have them professionally heat treated. They have better grade steel and are harder than the originals. You will not find a better blade for your plane. This is a small operation and stock changes daily. Check the Monday List for stock on hand and current pricing. Custom orders are usually filled within thirty days.
Stanley Plane Blades for Sale 1. 2" Blade for #4 or #5. Full 3/32" thick. With lateral adjustment slot. $20.** 2. Extra thick blade for #40 scrub plane. 3/16" thick, sharpened with radius. $20.00 3. Blade for Stanley #98 side rabbet. $15.00 4. Blade for Stanley #99 side rabbet. $15.00 5. Collector Set. Three blades for Stanley Miller #41 (1/4", 3/8", 1/2") in wooden box. Also fit #42, #43 and #44. $50.00 6. Collector Set. Six blades for #41 (1/4",3/8",1/2", 5/8",1" tongue and 5/16" groove) in wooden box. $149.00. 7. Collector Set. Eleven blades for #45/#55 (1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 bead; 1/8,1/4, 5/16, 3/8. 1/2, 5/8 plow) in wooden box. $99.00 8. Slitter blade for #45, #46 and #55 combo planes. $20.00 9. Slitter foot depth stop for above. $20.** 10. #45 combo plane user plow set (1/4", 3/8", 1/2"). $20.00 11. Collector Set. Four special beading blades (2,3,4,5 beads) for 45/55. (222,223,224,225). $75.** 12. Collector Set. Six blades for #46 Trout skew dado plane (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 1-1/4" tongue and 5/16" groove) in wooden box. $125.00 13. #46 large 1-1/4" fillister blade. $25.00 14. #46 1-1/4" tongue blade. $50.00 15. Slitter blade for #46. $20.00 16. Two blade set for #48 tongue and groove plane. Also fits Union #41 and Fulton. $16.00 17. Wide cutter for #48. $15.00 18. Two blade set for #49 small tongue and groove plane. Also fits Union #42. $16.00 19. Collector Set. Ten blades for 50 (1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 bead; 1/4, 5/16, 3/8. 1/2, 5/8 plow) in wooden box. $99.00 20. Collector Set. Ten blades for later model (adjuster grooves) #50 (1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 bead; 1/4, 5/16, 3/8. 1/2, 5/8 plow) in wooden box. $125.** 21. Matched pair of blades for #148 tongue and groove plane. $25.00 22. Matched pair of blades for #147 tongue and groove plane. $25.00 23. Snipe bill blade for #66 beader plane (Unique custom design). $20.00 24. Collector set. Six blades for #141 Miller (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 1" tongue and 5/16" groove) in wooden box. $149.00
Miscellaneous Blades and other products
25. Collector Set. Three blades for Siegley plow plane (1/4", 3/8", 1/2") in wooden box. $50.00 26. Sargent 1080 (also Craftsman combo) three blade user set (1/4", 3/8", 1/2"). $25.00 27. Sargent 1080 large 1" blade. $15.00 28. Sargent 1080 pair of short rods. $10.00 29. Sargent 1080 pair of long rods. $10.00 30. Illustrated instructions (3 pgs) on how to use Stanley #48 Plane. $5.00 31. Illustrated instructions (4 pgs) on how to use Stanley #46 Dado Plane. $5.00 32. Mortice chisel 1/8". $25.00 33. Mortice chisel 1/4". $25.00 34. Mortice chisel 3/8". $25.00 35. Mortice chisel 1/2". $25.00 ** by price denotes out of stock
Custom Blades Prices for custom blades can be quoted on request. Prices are modest and depend mostly on labor. Most custom blades can be had for less than $20 each. Please send note and/or sketch. NOTE: Custom blades are currently unavailable.
Ordering Information Pricing Pricing is subject to change without notice. Shipping Normal USA shipping is a flat $3.00 for one to five single blades. Collector box set rate is $5.00. Please inquire for other combinations and for International rates. Payment Payment can be made thru Pay Pal to the above email address. I also accept checks and money orders. Technical Specifications I use industrial grade high carbon steel. It is processed as required and then sent out for professional heat treatment. This process is performed in atmosphere controlled ovens to prevent surface carbon burn off. It is superior to backyard torching and provides product quality and consistency. After treating, blades are fully sharpened using water wheels to prevent scorching. The resulting blades are superior to original products in that they have higher grade steel and they are harder. They will hold their edge longer than originals and will perform better. Guarantee I started making blades because I was a woodworker who was frustrated with the lack of quality blades for my planes. Numerous user testimonials attest to the quality of these products. Accordingly, all blades have a satisfaction guarantee. If you are not happy, send them back for replacement or refund. Woodworking should be fun. Enjoy your time in the shop making shavings!
Order your blades today_
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Now that's a new twist on SPAM, calling it a resource.
Not a flame - just an observation. You can damn well post anything you want here - everybody else does.
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AAvK wrote:

You can post items for sale every couple of weeks. It's customary to put FS in the subject line so that people know what's coming. Thanks for the listing, maybe not as good a blade as Ron Hock's, but about 1/2 the price.
Dave in Fairfax
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wrote:

uhhhhh Davey ... again you seem to be making up rules that suit you. This is rec.woodworking ,,...this is not a commercial newsgroup. That means no selling or promoting your own business.
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snipped-for-privacy@dev.nul.com says...

if you weren't just another troll from 4ax.
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On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 16:25:16 -0800, Larry Blanchard

actually, they are both correct- sort of. Krunchy is right as far as standard usenet practise is concerned, Dave is right as far as typical rec.woodworking practise is concerned. but it's all testosterone and posturing- there is no governing body setting rules and no usenet police enforcing them.
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snipped-for-privacy@all.costs wrote:

I'm not into posturing and testosterone. Mine was a simple answer to the question, K's was more of his bad manners and trolling. If he wasn't quoted, I'd never have to hear of him.
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4ax just happens to be the message identification used by one of the best newsreaders for usenet - Forte Agent. The concept of "4ax.com" as a host of spam/trolls is incorrect.
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snipped-for-privacy@dial.pipex.com says...

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Krunchy wrote:

MM, well, the wreck doesn't have a charter (or even a real FAQ) so when it comes right down to it there aren't any rules, least not anything you can quote when placing a complaint to an ISP, which largely rules out abuse complaints outside of the ISP's TOS, which is often couched in terms of the newsgroup charter....you begin to see the issue. The OP is a good poster and deserves a little leeway anyway.
Short story: Against Usenet convention, yes, rules, no.
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These cutters will be as good and better as anyones HCS stuff, and higher tech hardened than St. James Bay tool co. where they heat with torches, as I was told by them on the 'phone. Jim sends the metal out to be hardened and tempered in atmosphere controlled ovens. Jim just isn't doing A2.
If you want A2 for cheaper, take a look at Spehar Tool Works, Canada, good deals and US priced. Even a 2-5/8" (fricken!) #8 blade for $31. Their smoother is an awesome price too. http://www.spehar-toolworks.com/index.html
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AAvK wrote:

alt.woodworking.marketplace or other similar ng's would be much more appropriate.
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It's accepted practice here to post occasional FS or auction items, and in fact is often quite apppreciated. Check the archives.
The alt.woodworking groups are very new, mostly reviled and ignored by the regulars here because of the way they were created and as full of off-topic crap as you'd expect in the alt.* hierarchy.
All the good stuff is here...
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Ditto what Dave said - :)
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If he is an eBay seller, why didn't he just post it himself? He must have internet access, right?
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feels it's wrong, otherwise he would. But I have zero problems sharing a terrific resource many others here (no doubt) do not know about, some regular prices too, for rare stuff along those old neander lines.
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