|Project by Don W||posted 401 days ago||2064 views||11 times favorited||20 comments|
Here are two small scraper planes, krenov style. The center body and rod is bloodwood on both. The one on the left has white oak sides and wedge, the one on the right has cherry sides and wedge.
They are finished with about 3 coats (so far) of Brush Oil.
I used a couple extra block plane irons I had laying around.
Blade angle is 95 degrees.
I’ve already tested them out. I was adding a sole to a coffin plane out of maple. I tried my bench and low angle planes. Here was the outcome.
After the small scrapers:
So why two? I’m not sure. It just seemed like the thing to do at the time.
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