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My first woodshop was put together by going to garage sales with my dad and bringing home old woodworking machines. During the past year, as I set up my WW shop, I have slowly added a few hand planes to the two handed down to me.
The jointing will be set with a very fine cut and as tight of a mouth that will fit the shavings. I just came back in after trying out some new adjustments and swapping blades back and forth (cambered and uncambered) on the 418 and came back in rather unimpressed. Overall, it looks like a perfectly fine plane so once you get in tune with it, it should do as well as anything else. The mouth problem only kinda rears its head when the grain switches around and you end up cutting against the grain. Mike: I do not have a Sargent, but so have a #6 Bailey I use quite a bit and will relate my most recent experiences, for what they are work. I had both a lot closer for the last project which was white oak, because i was getting some really bad tear out with that, although I have found moving the cap iron back is my first step when the mouth is jamming, and opening the mouth is the second.

I don’ think there is one magic setting, but if the wood you are working with is comparable to walnut, these settings may help. Before you pick up those woodworking tools, take the time to ensure your safety in the shop! If you are selling your work, then you have entered a woodworking dimension with added complexity and stress. DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. This web site is devoted to providing information and resourcesabout antique woodworking hand tools and vintage woodworking machines.
With that wood (QS white oak) I could not do any aggressive cuts with anything other than my low-angle jack and a 62 degree attack angle (50 degree bevel iron).
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The slop in the adjuster is part of why I recommend set it and leave it rather than swap irons back and forth.

It will convert enough calories to shavings that you won’t be going to the gym that day. That kind of adjuster can be pinched in a bit but it will never be that fine of an adjustment.
Believe it or not, I have one plane that it actually tool me several years to come to terms with. Swapping blades and readjusting the mouth on the Sargent is not a quick and easy thing and will seriously slow down your work flow. It had very little original tuning from factory and I would just get frustrated and put it back on the shelf under the bench.

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