BenchPlanes: The most adjustable of all planes Cutting iron s bedded with the bevel facing down, attached to a chipbreaker. The chipbreaker helps make blades more rigid Block Planes: Designed to cut end grain Typically small enough to be used with one hand Has a lower angle than other planes Jack Planes: Removes large amounts of wood quickly Generally 14 inches long Shoulder/Chisel Planes: Cutter is flush with the edges of the plane Allows trimmng right up the edge of a workplace Commonly used to clean up dadoes and tenons for joinery Smoothing Planes: Typically the last plane used ona wood surface 8-10 inches long Iron is usually sharpened straight acrss or at an angle to prevent grooves from gouging wood. Please click on the attachment below to view the document.
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