|Forum topic by jmos||posted 607 days ago||807 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
607 days ago
The project I’m currently working on is QSWO, and my planes were not working as well as I would like. I got a cabinet scraper, and it worked great. I’m thinking for large panels I might be well off adding a scraping plane to the line-up, and wanted to get some thoughts about it. Is there a lot of value to having a plane as well as the cabinet scraper?
I noticed that LN has a 90deg blade for the #62. I’ve got their #62, so this would be a low cost option, but I was wondering if anyone had tried this configuration, and how well it worked?
Any other input on scraping planes? How hard are the #112 to set up and use?
I see LV and LN make 112’s, any thoughts? Any of our plane restorers have any they might like to part with (if it’s less than a new LN/LV)?