Stanley Jointer Plane,Metal And Glass Coffee Table Oval,Figured Wood Veneer - Easy Way

05.04.2014
Handplane Central has information for beginner woodworkers on the many different types of planes and what they’re used for. Want to know the correct way to use a plane, such as for shooting the end of a board or thicknessing down to a line, then Handplane Central can help with that as well. Every time I see an article in a woodworking magazine about restoring an old plane, it's usually a Stanley No 4 smooth plane. Nice work but if you buy a plane off the shelf you would still have to go through the flatining stage sometimes not as many grits though!


Don't worry about not knowing where each screw will go as the guts of a plane are quite simple and easy to put back together. It's also important to make sure that the parts of the plane are not lying on top of one another in the solution. The first thing to do is grab something that is perfectly flat and place soaking wet 220, 320, 400, and 600 grit wet and dry sandpaper on top of it. You will need to flatten the bottom of the plane so that it will be able to cut crisp clean shaving off.


Since your using a jointer plane the tolerances of mouth opening isn't as critical as it would be for a smoother. A jointer is a medium cut plane that is used to clean up joints and panels so that other planes can finish the job.



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