This plane is patterned after the Stanley No. 62, which was specially designed for smoothing butcherblocks. It easily copes with even the most difficult jobs, such as planing end grain and long-grained or knotty wood. The blade is set bevel-up in the milled bed at a 12° angle. Bevel angle 25°. Results in a cutting angle of 37°. The mouth opening can be adjusted via the moveable shoe.
Lighter than the conventional bench planes, these devices have a thicker blade and no chipbreaker, making them easier to set up. The blade is held in the bed with the bevel facing upwards. This makes the cutting angle easy to adjust. The plane body and blade support are cast from a single piece for greater plane stability. Bronze caps.
- Blade width 51 mm
- Blade thickness 4.8 mm
- Overall length 355 mm
- Weight 2.18 kg
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