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I now have a dilemma: after I have returned the offending items for a full refund do I,1. Go mad and spend more than double the money on a couple of Cliftons3. This is a bit more risky as it is difficult to tell how old they are unless you are an expert (I recognise good tools but I am not knowledgable enough to spot the gems from small photos on t'internet! Any advice from seasoned pros will be welcome but please spare me the abuse for straying from the path of enlightenment! Personally I wouldn't buy a secondhand plane off Ebay, however much a bargain.
Spend even less money on some Anant planes from Rutlands? Cheers, Markh Mark Sorry to hear your bad experience. A better option would be the Quangsheng/Qiangsheng variety, which are really very good. Heck, if there was, I'd probably have bought one by now, but only 'cos the L-N #7 keeps getting further and further out of my reach (gone up another £20 *sob* ).3. This is a bit more risky as it is difficult to tell how old they are unless you are an expert (I recognise good tools but I am not knowledgable enough to spot the gems from small photos on t'internet! 'ticularly a jointer, where it's going to save a whole heap of trouble if you can at least start with a flatish sole.
I finally found this site yesterday, after years of search and wait, David Lynch, a Record Planes and Tools collector from Australia has built this complete web site fully dedicated to Record Handplanes and Tools, with invaluable information about the history of the company, production periods, catalogs and a simple method to date our Hand Planes.
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Most of my work is small enough though that I don't really need a full sized jointer. I will have a look at Quangsheng - never heard of them before but you guys seem to rate them quite highly. Funnily enough that is about the only good thing I have to say about the Irwin Record.
The quality of the main casting seems good and flat so maybe it is a starting point to build something up from decent spares?
Treated myself for Christmas to a No.7 and No.5 Irwin Record. Oh, and the cam action has vanished from the yoke to be replaced by a cheap brass screw to complete the picture of cheap and nastiness!
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I havent used one but heard very good things about the Quangsheng planes and in particular the number 6. This will flatten panels, joint an edge and perform most of the takes one would require. And there's also the thought that you might want to upgrade the iron and possibly the cap iron as well.
Most of my planes are from ebay and I've been lucky. That can add up (see the other thread running at the moment) so you might want to factor that in.