|Project by USCJeff||posted 06-05-2008 04:58 PM||3440 views||16 times favorited||11 comments|
Pic is pretty telling. Simply a White Oak Scrap cut at 20 degrees. A W. Oak Cap secures the blade. The cap has a piece of thin oak to act as a wedge to increase holding power. Blade is honed to 25 degrees creating a 45 degree cutting angle. Plane measures about 5” long, 2” high, and 1 5/8” wide. There is a 1/4” walnut sole.
This plane can do some of the work of a shoulder or rabbet plane. It is also is excellent for glue blobs as well. I plan to add a knob to the cap, but didnt have it on hand. It’s pictured with a screw.
-- Jeff, South Carolina