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A shoulder plane you build yourself, like the one on page 32, will become an heirloom and a great addition to your shop. To build the plane, you'll need some hardware and metalworking tools.
First, you'll need low-carbon steel (9517K16), brass sheet material (8956K44), and a small brass rod (8859K155). You'll also need a scribe, layout dye to mark the lines on the metal, and metal files to work the material. I was able to order all of these items from McMaster-Carr. The #410 Clifton plane iron I used came from Highland Hardware. The brass lamp shade extender I used for the adjustment knob was picked up at a local hardware store.
PATTERNMAKER S VISE
A patternmaker's vise like the one featured in the article on page 12 can really add versatility to your workbench. You'll find these vises available from a number of manufacturers. The vise (168040) we used came from Highland Hardware.
Hearing protection devices, like those on page 48, are a safety requirement in any shop. You'll find many types of ear plugs available at most home centers. The foam ear
plugs (25R01.01), Express plugs (.22R17.05), and the Airsoft Plugs (22R72.50) all came from Lee Valley.
To get the ZEM hearing protection unit (Z01RE0100) you'll need to order it directly from SensGard. You can find contact information in the right margin.
I was able to order the Noisebuster electronic, noise-cancelling ear muff (Model PA4000) from Pro Tech Communications. You can use the contact information in the margin to order these hearing protectors.
You'll be able to get almost everything needed to build the panel saw on page 16 at your local hardware store or lumberyard. But there are a few pieces of hardware you'll probably need to order to complete the project. The 48" T-track (21753), the 5/i6" cam clamp (58244), the 5/i6" x 1" T-bolts (33965), and the 5/i6" x 1" knobs (34121) came from Rockier.
The toggle clamps (213-U) and the 4' (331276) and 12' (331272) self-adhesive tape measures came from the Woodsmith Store. Similar tapes are available from Starrett.
Using the metal jeweling technique on page 30 adds a customized look to the metal parts of any project.
The x 6" medium grit cratex rod that was used to make the pattern shown on the plane in the article came from Tool Crib.
You can also get an "engine turning kit" (080-558-101) that includes many of the items you need. The kit I used came from Brownells. You'll find ordering information in the margin at right.
The wood and hardware you need to build the shop totes on page 28 can be found at your local hardware store or home improvement center. But you'll need bins to go inside the totes to organize and store various items. The bins I used were small storage bins (Model 30210) made by Akro-Mils. These bins are also available from the Woodsmith Store.
European hinges, like those on page 10, can help solve difficult problems. You'll find many of these hinges readily available from hardware and woodworking suppliers. I found the inset and 270° wraparound hinges at McFeely's. The face frame and zero protrusion hinges came from the Woodsmith Store. The Siletit Close hinges came from Wood Technology. Clip-mount options are available for most types. &
MAIL ORDER SOURCES
Woodsmith Store 800-444-7527 woodsmithstore.com
Akro-Mils Storage Bins, Hinges, Hearing Protectors, Toggle Clamps, T-track
Rockier 800-279-4441 rockler.com
Cam Clamps, Knobs, T-bolts, T-track
Lee Valley 800-871-8158 Ieevalley.com
Ear Plugs, Patternmaker's Vise
Akro-Mils, Inc. 800-253-2467 akro-mils.com
McMaster-Carr 630-600-3600 mcmaster.com
Brass Rods, Brass Sheet Material, Sheet Steel, Metalworking Tools
SensGard 877-208-0883 sensgard.com
ZEM Hearing Protector
Pro Tech Communications 877-226-1944 protechcommunication.com
Noisebuster™ Hearing Protector
Highland Hardware 800-241-6748 highlandhardware.com
Patternmaker's Vise, Plane Irons
Wood Technology 800-231-9522 woodtechnoIogy.com
Evdtvem Silent Close Hinges
Brownells 800-741-0015 brownells.com
Cratex Rods, Engine Turning Kit
Tool Crib 800-635-5140 toolcrib.com
McFeely's 800-443-7937 mcfeelys.com
Starrett 978-249-3551 starrett.com
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