Surface Power Planing Jig / Framing Tools - Rebuilding Tally Ho EP30

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    EPISODE 30.
    This episode we develop some jigs and tables that will help the framing process go faster. The surface planing jig uses a large power plane to make one face of a piece of timber completely straight. A large assembly table lets us put frames together far more easily and accurately. Pancho observes, and tries to resist destroying the new frames!
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    30. Surface Planing Jig / Framing Tools - Rebuilding Tally Ho EP30

Clay Stuckey
Clay Stuckey

That parrot reminds me of Stevie Wonder!

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Vee Dragon
Vee Dragon

Great jigs! Poncho is best supervisor lol

8 dager siden
MaybeSo MaybeNot
MaybeSo MaybeNot

This should be a tool. Made out of steel and aluminum with some nylon bushings and/or a bearing track system. Foldable, and pickup truck bed size. ***Hurry up and patent/invent it. The sooner it gets to market, the faster a Chinese knockoff will be available at Harbor Freight for my broke ass to buy. 👍

9 dager siden
JSeven
JSeven

i don't know why i need this, but i need this.

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Calum Hunter
Calum Hunter

Leo: really daft question. Why not second saw ribs and futtocks, 'glue' up and 'treenail' and then put the bevels on with 'ship saw'? (you're the expert!) surely half the time of band saw assistant?

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Calum Hunter
Calum Hunter

more Pancho!

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Pappa Bob
Pappa Bob

If you're still monitoring these comments, I'm wondering what's the spacing of the wooden pegs and how is that spacing determined??

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xpez
xpez

@ 14:35 Pancho is thinking about his trip to Hawaii!!! On this boat!

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Kilz z
Kilz z

Sometimes leading a project isnt micromanaging, its getting out of the way of good people who can help accomplish a task.

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xpez
xpez

tell that to my old bosses!!! UGH!!!

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XSAVIER busy
XSAVIER busy

some ppl hope we find life outside earth, when we got these birds, look at em, they’re a gift

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Penta Comstat
Penta Comstat

I curious how you acquired such a depth of professional knowledge . Last time I saw you, you were a deckhand/bosun. TallyHo shd be worth USD 1 million when finished

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David Heizer
David Heizer

I'm very new to woodworking so excuse me if this question is obvious to many. The screw adjustments that control the jig's height....Isn't there a risk of doing it unevenly to where the power planer isn't sitting level on the piece of wood? This great work I'm loving this series!!!!

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Peter Brickwood
Peter Brickwood

That framing table is great, I think I'll be copying that.

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George Mcnaughton
George Mcnaughton

Thank you for the free content

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avryptickle
avryptickle

It might’ve been worth buying or renting, or just paying someone to put it on a cnc to flatten these out. You can put a big 2” endmill on that thing and take of .003” if you want. You can find your high an low spots, shim it up from the table if needed, and it will flatten that thing right up. Done it a dozen times with big glued up tables.

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Derek Watson
Derek Watson

great idea

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Maarten Beute
Maarten Beute

you should learn the parrot to say: TALLY HO!!

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TJP 81
TJP 81

I'm confused by the reservation against a router jig. Rather than committing to the final plane initially, why can't a router jig be used to incrementally remove thin slices? I see no useful distinction between this method and the planer jig's method.

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Jack Anderson
Jack Anderson

Need to plane off that unibrow 👁

4 måneder siden
1MinuteFlipDoc
1MinuteFlipDoc

7:14 a good old boy!

4 måneder siden
Piero Pecchi
Piero Pecchi

I’ve just started to watch your videos. Very inspiring project, and all the help from these people is really touching. Cool as fuck!!

4 måneder siden
Keith Thompson
Keith Thompson

Love the planer jig! Great teamwork and the project inspired new tooling solutions! As always great restraint in praise shown by Leo , calm and measured

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Uther
Uther

Fantastic labour saving jigs. Just shows how invaluable it can be having a second set of eyes look at a job.

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John Kelsall
John Kelsall

What is a rule for treenail / trunel diameter and spacing to frame width and length? would these rules apply to wood furniture frames as well? Thank you for your teaching and knowledge and entertainment ! John Kelsall

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Graham Reeve
Graham Reeve

I'm working on my own project. Making a 100 year old Dutch barge into my solar powered home. The inspiration I have received via these videos has been amazing. I'm much more patient now with my work. A matter of pride has been to get my chisels sharp enough to shave the hairs on my arm.

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Finn McCool
Finn McCool

Not that it matters now. But I guarantee I could make a sled with a 3 1/4 horse plunge router and a large flat bottom cutter that would equal or better the through put of the hand planer jig.

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anthony white
anthony white

Would love to see the curved bevel being cut in close up. Super video...super plane jig. Great video. Thanx!

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Ken Klaus
Ken Klaus

I love the wood shop I have a modest one in my basement, but this is terrific! There seems to be living quarters in the upper end. Is that where you stay?

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doorran
doorran

The assembly table looks like Fooseball!

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Gene Goodman
Gene Goodman

You have really been lucky to have so many people that had an idea and knowledge about wood working. They knew how to build and use tools and work benches that is saving you a lot of time. How about that guy with the truck bringing your wood, how lucky can you get. Did he even charge you or was this a dry run home?

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Carsten Diekmann
Carsten Diekmann

It keeps getting better and better! Thank you for sharing everything!

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Roger Bayzand
Roger Bayzand

Neat planer jig and safe for all to use.

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Bruce Fulper
Bruce Fulper

Romans did this? Good grief. Much props to everyone

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Christian Libertarian
Christian Libertarian

Can you really tell someone to kerf their butt without running afoul of YouTube's algorithm?

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macelius
macelius

I was thinking when you were building the first frame, he needs a table! Also, can we have Poncho t-shirts?

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Richard Bohling Sr
Richard Bohling Sr

Your getting into production mode now. Getting setup so untrained hands can produce quality work will really speed the project up. Well done. Amazing how so many folks are willing to share the knowledge to make "Tally Ho" come back to life.

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zardiw
zardiw

What was that blue machine at 9:39....wasn't that a planer?

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Chuck Gollmar
Chuck Gollmar

loving watching and learning from your videos. I may have missed something, but I don't understand how the second person on the ship saw knows when to change the angle on the bevel and by how much. I at first thought that you had the angles written on the frame as you cut it on the ship saw, but it seems to move way to fast for the second person to react and change the angle. again love your videos

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j4d3 goat
j4d3 goat

Very cool planer jig! I'm just blown away by the various cool gizmos that people are coming up with here!

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David Cooper
David Cooper

A big shout-out to Kurt, jig-maker extraordinaire. He significantly streamlined some very time-consuming processes, and improved the finished product as well. As always, excellent video story-telling, Leo. You must spend almost as much time editing as you do in the build. Brilliant! THANKS!!!

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