With a height-adjustable palm rest for better in-hand registration, these miniature planes are easily maneuvered and permit fine, controlled cuts.
The investment-cast steel body has a 45° bed angle and a fixed mouth, and uses a brass retention screw to secure the included 30° bevel A2 tool steel blade (0.06" thick by 3/8" wide). The soles are approximately 1-1/2" long by 5/8" wide and are available in four profiles.
The concave and convex planes have curved soles with a side-to-side radius of 1/2". The double-convex (spoon) version has a 1/2" side-to-side radius and a 4" front-to-back radius.
The bubinga palm rest is removable for work in tight spaces. Replacement blades are available separately (convex and double-convex planes use the same blade).
Available for the flat and convex planes only, the optional toothed blades are recommended when working with difficult grain patterns or knots, leaving a textured surface that can be smoothed with a finely set plane or a scraper.
Made in Canada. Patent pending.