For right handers.
Because of its length, shape and accessories, the No. 62 is the most universal type of plane and was already very popular in Stanley's time. Apart from finishing, its long design also makes it ideal for trueing surfaces. The blade, whose cutting angle can be easily adjusted by regrinding the bevel, handles even end grain, knotty wood and difficult grain without problems. Once assembled, the supplied "hot dog" (side handle), the indentations and the strong cap iron with finger recesses ensure optimal ergonomic planing. For fine cuts and end grain. Blade angle 12°. A 25° bevel angle results in a cutting angle of 37°.
- Easy adjustment of the plane mouth via the front handle
- Easy to change the cutting angle by regrinding the blade
- Main grip tilted downwards for optimum force transmission and balance
- Cap iron with pressure plate
- Lateral adjustment with setscrew
- Optimised design for ergonomic use as a shoot board plane
- Cast steel plane body
We have developed our DICK plane series based on our Herdim planes. We have been making these planes for decades for our violin makers, who require the utmost precision and perfect workmanship. The solid plane bodies made from cast steel with precisely ground soles aligned at right angles to the sides, together with the minimum 3 mm thick blades made from SK4 steel (61 HRC) signify top quality. The blade adjuster allows for precise adjustments and the ergonomically shaped handles developed through tests as well as the polished cap irons sit well in the hand. Handles of native beech wood.
- Blade thickness3 mm
- Plane bodyHot Dog left (for right-hand use)
- Blade width51 mm
- Overall length355 mm
- Weight2.67 kg
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€175.00 per piece(s)
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DICK Low Angle Jack Plane No. 62, Incl. Hot Dog Right
For left handers.
Article number 703419
DICK Low Angle Jack Plane No. 62, Incl. Hot Dog Left
For right handers.
Article number 703420