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    FreeStuff Winner - Low-Angle Jack plane Brad Ports

    SawMill Creek Tenth Anniversary Prize #8

    Winner Brad Ports

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    Low-Angle Jack Plane with the new PM-V11 Blade

    http://www.leevalley.com

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    Check out the video

    Jack Plane Web Page

    Our low-angle jack plane is ideal for shooting miters, working end grain, and initial smoothing. We have designated it as a 62-1/2 because of its generous size and weight, low center of gravity, and radically set-back mouth. This is a bevel-up plane, with a 12 bed angle similar to a low-angle block plane.

    The plane is 15" long, 2-3/4" wide and weighs in at 5 lb 12 oz. You will appreciate the way this plane (with a toe that is one third the length of the sole) registers to the workpiece. The body is fully stress-relieved, ductile cast iron. With sides machined square to the sole, a specially shaped lever cap, and the machined thumb recess on either side of the body, it provides both comfort and excellent control when shooting.

    The plane's adjustable mouth can be closed to a narrow slit for fine shavings with minimum tear-out or opened for heavier cuts. All of this can be done quickly and accurately with the front locking knob and the unique mouth adjustment screw. The large bubinga front knob and rear handle provide a comfortable grip. The adjustment mechanism, with its combined feed and lateral adjustment knob, makes blade setting easy and accurate. The set screws on either side of the blade prevent it from shifting in use, but allow full lateral adjustment.

    Includes a lapped 25 blade, 2-1/4" wide by 3/16" (0.187") thick, in PM-V11™ tool steel. Lapped 38 and 50 blades are available, as well as a toothed A2 blade for working difficult grain. Retail price $240.00

    Honing instructions for various cutting angles included.

    Contact Information

    E-mail: customerservice@leevalley.com

    Phone
    To Place an Order Customer Service
    From USA: 1-800-871-8158 1-800-267-8735
    From Canada: 1-800-267-8767 1-800-267-8761
    From other countries: 1-613-596-0350 1-613-596-0350
    Our telephones are staffed Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday (Eastern Time). Answering machines are used outside these hours.

    Fax
    From USA: 1-800-513-7885
    From Canada: 1-800-668-1807
    From other countries: 1-613-596-6030
    Our fax machines are on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    Letter Mail
    From USA: From Canada and other countries:
    Lee Valley Tools Ltd.
    P.O. Box 1780
    Ogdensburg, NY 13669-6780
    Lee Valley Tools Ltd.
    P.O. Box 6295, Station J
    Ottawa, ON K2A 1T4

    Special Thanks to Sue Clark, the Marketing Manager at Lee Valley & Veritas, for this generous donation.

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    Last edited by Keith Outten; 02-11-2013 at 10:39 AM.

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    Very nice prize!
    Ken

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    Please add my name. I'm getting confused as to which "freestuff" drawings I've posted in and which I haven't.

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    Mike,

    Confused

    I hope so and I am still working on acquiring more FreeStuff. We have 26 days left before our Tenth Anniversary so there is still time to see if I can convince more companies to join our celebration

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    You guys and Gals didn't think that I would forget you.....did you?
    I sincerely hope that you will enjoy our upcoming celebration, even though most of you don't believe in tools powered by electrons
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    Last edited by Keith Outten; 01-16-2013 at 1:55 PM.

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    Oh please...oh please...oh pleeeeeaaaaase count me in!

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    Count me in please! An excellent prize.
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    Please include me.

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    Include me please.

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    What the heck--I just got one but with the A1 blade. Count me in for a chance at the PM-V11! Thanks!


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    Yes, please count me in. Very generous.
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    Absolutely, count me in!

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    count me in!

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    Please count me in!!
    One can never have too many planes and chisels... or so I'm learning!!

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    Please count me in, thanks to all for these gifts.

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    Count me in, please!

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