Of traditional construction, their mouths are set well back in the white oak bodies to give fine control on the pull stroke, and they have self-wedging laminated steel blades that are honed ready for use. Their tight mouths permit tissue-thin shavings, even in highly figured stock. Setting the blade is done with gentle taps from a light hammer – a process that may seem daunting at first, but once mastered provides positive fine adjustment (instructions included).
The round plane measures 3-3/4" x 1-1/8" and has a 3/4" blade. The two compass planes are 3-1/2" long by 7/8" wide and have 5/8" wide blades.