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The flowchart starts by asking questions about the cast iron bed of your plane.I've chosen the bed as a starting point because it has many easily identifiable markings, and it probably wasn't replaced that often.Here you will find a wealth of information, diagrams, statistics and photographs of all the planes, routers and spoke shaves originally marketed by C & J Hampton under the Record trade mark.Virtually anything you ever wanted to know about Record planes and spoke shaves can be found here on this site, so please take some time out and enjoy searching through our articles for the stuff you want (or need).

Some plane parts were frequently replaced by their owners, or are easily separated from the plane, such as irons, cap irons, knobs and totes, and lever caps.NOTE: If a plane has no link then we haven't created a dedicated page for it just yet.Usually it's just because we don't have any good pictures of actual planes at the time (the Stay Sharp planes by Record are a prime example of this).This could have been quite near the truth around 1964, when Record were preparing to dis-continue the brand after the takeover of Woden Tools Ltd. However, the Woden plane story starts around 1953/54 when the Steel Nut & Joseph Hampton Ltd.began making planes after taking over W SNJH and Woden Tools Ltd made planes between 19, after which Record (C&J Hampton Ltd.) acquired the brand and switched production to Sheffield.These features are avoided where possible, along with features that appear in only some planes of a given type (i.e. Where possible, the flowchart uses parts that were probably replaced less often, such as frogs, depth adjustment screws and lateral adjustment levers.