Woodwork Planes Plane Parts Blade Cap Iron Lateral

Woodwork Planes Plane Parts Blade Cap Iron Lateral

Woodwork Planes Plane Parts Blade Cap Iron Lateral Adjustment Lever

Lever Cap Handle Blade Adjustment Nut Toe Mouth

Heel Sole Smoothing Plane The Smoothing Plane is generally used for fine finishing and

planning wide flat boards (like table tops) Smoothing Plane Blade When Sharpening the blade of a Smoothing plane the corners should be slightly rounded as shown

Smoothing Plane Jack Plane Try Plane Jack Plane The Jack plane is a multi purpose plane

used to bring timber down to size and prepare surfaces to a reasonably high standard. Each workstation is equipped with 1 Jack plane.

Smoothing Plane Jack Plane Try Plane When using a Jack plane always try to plane with the grain ?

Which direction should we plane here? Click on the correct arrow ? Wrong, If you planed in this direction there is a good chance that the wood could break and splinter here.

Always try to plane with the grain Correct, always try to plane with the grain If you planed in this direction there is a good chance that the wood could break and splinter here. The Jack Plane can also be used to plane end grain. This process is a little more difficult and care must be taken not to split the end grain.

Q. What will happen if we plane in this direction? The end grain will Split To avoid this problem you can 1) Only plane part of the end then turn the plane around OR

Scrap wood 2) Put a piece of scrap wood behind the workpiece Try Plane The Try Plane (sometimes called a Jointer Plane) is used to plane long straight edges

Smoothing Plane Jack Plane Try Plane Smoothing Plane While the smoothing plane can be used to plane the edges of long boards it is not

the most effective tool as it tends to follow any curve on the board. Try Plane The correct tool for squaring the edge of such a board is the Try Plane. The extra length allows the plane to bridge the curves and produces a much better result Block Plane

Block Plane in use The Block Plane is normally used for fine work. The blade has a slightly lower cutting angle which produces better results when working on timber with difficult grain Bull Nose Plane The Bull Nose Plane is one of the shortest planes in the workshop. The

blade is set close to the nose of the plane. This allows you to use this plane to clean stopped rebate joints. Because this rebate is Stopped (it does not go right to the end of the wood) it would be extremely difficult to adjust

with any other plane Shoulder Plane The Shoulder plane can be used to trim the shoulders of tenons and to adjust the depth of a rebate.

In the picture on the right the shoulder plane is being used to adjust the size of a rebate. Rebate Plane The size of the rebate can be

adjusted by setting the Depth gauge and the Fence Depth Gauge Adjustable Fence This plane is designed to allow you to take a

step or Rebate out of the edge of a piece of timber. (This might be to allow you to fit a base or back to a box) Rebate Router The Router (sometimes called a Granny's tooth) is used to plane the bottom of a through or

stopped housing joint. The picture on the right shows the router levelling out the bottom of a through housing joint. Combination Plane The combination plane can be used

to produce mouldings along the edge of a piece of timber or, more commonly to cut a groove in a plank Grooves Tongue

Mouldings Using a Combination Plane Spokeshave Spokshaves are in effect small planes that have flat or curved soles. Flat soled spokeshaves

can be used to machine convex curves, Curved spokeshaves can be used to cut concave curves. The picture on the right shows a spokeshave being used to shape the back of a guitar

neck Compass Plane The compass plane is a special plane that has an adjustable sole, this allows the plane to be used in planning concave curves The picture on the right shows

a compass plane being used to hollow out the back of a Chamber Bass. Concave curve The End

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