One woulda thought that Stanley had exhausted every possible design for a plane to make the cuts for weatherstrip installation. And of course the throat is adjustable. Many of them are found in very tough shape since they did suffer hard work. A wooden grip, as wide as the blade is wide, is kerfed to fit over the top edge of the blade. Because of the length of the metal strip attached to the grip , and the fact that it fits into the notch in the cast iron piece, it's impossible to use anymore than approximately 1. Bull-nose on one end and standard nose on the other, the iron could be reversed for dual purpose use.
It has a depth stop. The fence has two holes, one front and one back, so that an auxilary wooden fence can be added to the plane. Use of any linked web site provided in a product review or post is at the user's own risk. Standard Angle Planes Stanley no. An original iron is not bevelled along the edges, whereas the 's is.
The original cardboard boxes for this plane are unusually 'spacious' when compared to the tight fits provided on the boxes' of other planes. For a very brief time, Stanley made some of the planes with the three-lobed spurs that are identical to those used on the and similar planes; this is the model to find, if you can. They always are a high spot, so having a plane you don't mind using hard to get them darn near perfect saves your smoothers blade. How would you like that job, planing wood as it came off the saw? The depth stop fits into a v-shaped groove to steady it. The thicker blade is a big upgrade. Use Of Content Enjoy viewing the encyclopedia of tools.
The plane is nickel plated, and is still manufactured over in England. This plane is identical to the , except that it is larger. An extra wide depth stop, positioned on either the left or right side of the plane, was provided for use on the wider cutters, which were optional with the tool. The 'frog' blade clamping assembly is attached to the main casting via a slotted screw that's been machined flush with the sides of the tool. . Then on the front I think it is called eccentric adjustment. Forget it - it's ugly and worthless, now that we have those 'lectrical floor sanders at our renting call.
It seems odd that so many of them would have lost their fences over time. At either angle, the block plane will quickly find a special, very handy, spot in your pocket, toolbag, or bucket. We strongly recommend upgrading to a newer browser and discontinuing your use of Internet Explorer 6. Features a thumb rest instead of a front knob. This is a plane that only a mother or Rube Goldberg could love. The scraper blade is the typical blade used in the -type scrapers, except it has a hole drilled through its center so that it can be attached indirectly to the handle.
Oftentimes, the lumber was chucked onto the ground before it was stickered. This is a piece of junk that only a collector, when overtaken by a fit of momentary insanity, would ever dare own. Not from animals, you chucklehead, but from wood, as it came off the saw mill. Rather than try to create a formal type study, I decided to focus more on the practical goal of simply establishing criteria for dating the planes within the narrowest possible time frame. A sample dovetail was also commonly provided with the plane almost as if Stanley were trying to prove to the tool buying public that the plane actually works. The chunk of wood helps to dampen the blade as you pull the tool toward you. The grip can be pulled off so that the blade can be sharpened.
The blade is normally fixed into the holder so that the blade's cutting edge is parallel with the casting's leading edge. Just another piece of flotsam adrift in Stanley's sea of shame. This one is pretty handy for those tasks and there are modern versions being sold today. The 220 plane has a wooden knob to hold at the front of the plane allowing extra grip and control. Retains most of the original finish.
Deficient products that are covered by this policy will be replaced or repaired. It's a poor job, and isn't nearly as good as the 's reproduction. The sides of the plane lack the handy holds. Purchaser pays return shipping costs. It looks more like the common , except with the noticeable difference in the cutter's width and that the cutter is skewed.