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Paul E.

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I am fitting to turn knobs for a Stanley 220 and a B-Plane block plane.

Google pictures are ok for general proportions, but if anyone could share close ups and or dimensions, I would be most appreciative.

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Let me know if you need more

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Paul E.

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That looks great, Don. Thank you.
I like the dish in the top.
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New knobs for the two block planes.
The Stanley 220 worked fine.
The B-Plane knob would not turn smooth, broke off in the lathe early, would not recenter, and then split while seating.
Oh brother. It can stay on there until I have more time.
(Disgrace is a better value.)

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