No. 7 Jointer Plane
- Material of blade: T10
- Hardness of blade: RC60-63
- Blade 3 mm thick
- Blade width: 60 mm
- Standard 2-3/8 inch (60,3 mm) cutting iron
- Material of lever cap: stainless steel
- Material of handle: bubinga
- Degree of blade cutting edge: 25 degree
- Degree of blade with sole: 45 degree
- Weight: 4700g
- Size: 510mm x 70mm x 145mm
Model Maker's Block Plane
This delightful, small low angle tool fits snugly in the palm of your hand. It is a miniature work-horse — ideal for all sorts of chamfering and trimming jobs.
Blade is 7/8" (2.22cm) wide, .125" (3.17mm) thick. At 4 3/8" (11.11cm) long and 1 1/4" (3.17cm) wide, weighing 8oz. (210 g), this plane is effortless to use.
This pocket-sized block plane is the smallest of Lie-Nielsen hand planes to feature a captive nut blade adjuster for precisely controlled depth of cut. Loosely based on the Stanley No.101 block plane, the Lie-Nielsen Violin Maker’s Plane features several significant improvements that put it in a class of its own. The body and cap are made from Manganese Bronze for extra weight, durability, and resistance to rust. The blade is 1/8” thick for chatter-free cuts and made from cryogenically treated A-2 steel for prolonged edge life. The addition of a finely controlled blade depth adjuster make this little workhorse perfect for detail-oriented jobs like instrument building or model making.
Small Block Plane
Based on the Stanely No. 102 this small plane fits perfectly in the hand, slips easily into the pocket, and are destined to become the most useful tool in your workshop.
The 1-1/4" wide x 1/8" thick blade is 1/8" thick for chatter-free cuts. Unobtrusive Stainless Steel adjuster offers blade control of micrometer ease and precision with minimum backlash. 5-1/4" long.
Blade in the low angle plane (No. 102) is bedded at 12º for fine cuts and end grain.
- Iron body, 14.4 oz.