Reply To: Stanley No. 10

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Reply To: Stanley No. 102015-11-03T13:28:04+00:00
Mike in TN
Post count: 289

Hey again,

One other use I came across is to use it for raised panels where there is a raised center field and the width of the bevel does not exceed the width of the blade. The cross grain shoulder would still have to be knifed and I can’t imagine the the cross grain bevels would be very smooth since the blade isn’t skewed but better than not having anything I guess. A dedicated plane raising plane with a skewed blade and maybe a nicker  would be much better for that application.

Have fun.

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