Creating Textured Stock (Step 1).............

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Creating Textured Stock (Step 1).............

Postby savatteridesigns » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:50 am

Creating Textured Stock using the HP-6v2 Multi Bead Iron

Below are steps I took in order to create textured stock using the HP-6v2Multi Bead Iron. This stock will be used as face-trim for a simple open cabinet (using walnut veneered plywood) for a master bathroom. Within the next few days I will show the progression of the steps involved to achieve this goal. (work in progress)

I'm using the Festool MFT 1080 table & clamps to hold the work.



1. This is showing the bottom of the HP-6v2 Plane with the Multi-Bead Sole & Iron set to be used on the face of one inch walnut stock.

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2. Using the HP6 fence system with guide rail to navigate my first run, each row takes about 6-7 passes to achieve the beaded texture.

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3. Here I have removed the wooden guide rail to proceed with the second course.

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4. Using the Double saddle square to check the set distance for clamping down longer wooden fence.
I found that overlapping the last two "beads" each time proved to be most effective method for creating a consistant wide textured stock.

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5. Setting the end of the fence.

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6. After 6 courses are laid down. I'm keeping the rail pins attached to aid in holding down the plane against the larger fence.

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Tomorrow...... creating 52 inch stock using the Festool guide rail as the fence.
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Postby PFranks » Thu Sep 24, 2009 2:31 pm

That's really fun, Roger. I can picture it in your bathroom. It'll really catch the light beautifully. Looking forward to where this is going!
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