The Depths to which Pop Woodworking has Sunk
#21
(02-10-2024, 04:24 PM)Stwood_ Wrote: Chris is probably laughing his butt off

I think not. Chris built Pop Woodworking into a very reputable publication that lasted for some years. I'll bet it breaks his heart to see it fall to this sad state.
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#22
No.1 looks like the Harbour Frieght plane, only cheapend up.
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#23
No. 1, ...Was indeed made by Stanley.....barely resembles the H-F No. 33..(SB#4?)
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
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#24
Was referring to the no.1 in the link. Not the Stanley plane.
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(02-11-2024, 11:09 AM)Hank Knight Wrote: I think not. Chris built Pop Woodworking into a very reputable publication that lasted for some years. I'll bet it breaks his heart to see it fall to this sad state.

To each his own opinion.
Steve

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#26
when did planning a piece of wood change to "Downsizing"??
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#27
I thought Pop Wood was dead and long gone. They had a web front-page with a few free plans available for a while, and that was it.
Heirlooms are self-important fiction so build what you like. Someone may find it useful.
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#28
Next month is their extensive test of vintage Aldi chisels....
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#29
(02-12-2024, 02:46 PM)Mike Brady Wrote: Next month is their extensive test of vintage Aldi chisels....

Worse:

https://popularwoodworking.com/review/wood-chisel-set/
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#30
You mean the same Aldi's chisel I have been USING for the last couple of year?   And STILL using  them, too..

Hmmmm..YMMV, Of course....quite happy with mine..
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
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