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#1 posted 01-07-2009 11:49 PM

http://www.lie-nielsen.com/catalog.php?sku=62

LN suggests this answer on their FAQ page:

. I want to purchase a plane but don’t know where to start, what are your suggestions?

The single most useful tool is a low angle block plane. We have several, and any of them would be used every day in the shop. Next, I would consider our Low Angle Jack Plane. It is a very versatile tool, and in many peoples hands it can double as a smoothing plane. I t is also a unique tool with no other equivalent. With those two tools you can do a lot of work. Third, I might like a dedicated Smoothing Plane.

-- Ciao, gth.


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