|Project by yuridichesky||posted 10-13-2014 05:02 PM||1800 views||8 times favorited||12 comments|
Slowly crawling out of my offline cave back to online life…
This here is my most recent project that I finished couple of days ago: wooden rabbet plane.
Beech, some little brass and steel. Finish is two coats of BLO.
200 mm / 8” long, 40 mm / 1-5/8” wide, cutting angle 55 deg.
Will see how it goes, but it’s been made as a tool to clean up / pare tenons for M&T joints. Initially I wanted to build an infill block rabbet plane, but then decided to give this wooden guy a try. So it turned out to be not too large, not too small, manageable by one hand tool.
Thank you for looking!
-- Yuri (10x4 -- yeah, that's my tiny shop!)