FINGER PLANES WITH ARCHED SOLE

Arched sole, stainless steel body and high quality blade, hardened to approx. 62 HRC.

 

The finger planes are made of stainless steel does not readily corrode and it's much more harder than brass. 316 grade is one of the most common stainless steel used primarily for its increased resistance to corrosion. Because of it's high

workability, for a long time, the brass has been used to make tools. But the reason we choose stainless steel is that, stainless steel is much more harder than brass and it's both strength and beauty, and it's also the reason why it has long been used to make fine watches. It’s, both strength and beauty.

Blades made of hight-speed Steel(HSS), approx. HRC 60-62, It's superior to the older high-carbon steel tools that it can withstand higher temperatures without losing its temper (hardness). This property allows HSS to cut faster than high carbon steel, hence the name high-speed steel. It is often used in power-saw blades and drill bits sed but we also use it in fine hand tools where their relatively good toughness at high hardness, coupled with high abrasion resistance, made them suitable for low speed applications requiring a sharp edge.

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Order no.15 106      Blade width. 6mm

Order no.15 108      Blade width. 8mm

Order no.15 110      Blade width.10mm

Order no.15 112      Blade width.12mm

Order no.15 118      Blade width.18mm

FINGER PLANES WITH FLAT SOLE

Flat sole, stainless steel body and high quality blade, hardened to approx. 62 HRC.

 

The finger planes are made of stainless steel does not readily corrode and it's much more harder than brass. 316 grade is one of the most common stainless steel used primarily for its increased resistance to corrosion. Because of it's high

workability, for a long time, the brass has been used to make tools. But the reason we choose stainless steel is that, stainless steel is much more harder than brass and it's both strength and beauty, and it's also the reason why it has long been used to make fine watches. It’s, both strength and beauty.

Blades made of hight-speed Steel(HSS), approx. HRC 60-62, It's superior to the older high-carbon steel tools that it can withstand higher temperatures without losing its temper (hardness). This property allows HSS to cut faster than high carbon steel, hence the name high-speed steel. It is often used in power-saw blades and drill bits sed but we also use it in fine hand tools where their relatively good toughness at high hardness, coupled with high abrasion resistance, made them suitable for low speed applications requiring a sharp edge.

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Mould A

Order no.15 206      Blade width. 6mm

Order no.15 208      Blade width. 8mm

Order no.15 210      Blade width.10mm

Order no.15 212      Blade width.12mm

Order no.15 218      Blade width.18mm

Mould B

Order no.15 306      Blade width. 6mm

Order no.15 308      Blade width. 8mm

Order no.15 310      Blade width.10mm

Order no.15 312      Blade width.12mm

Order no.15 318      Blade width.18mm

Mould C

Order no.15 406      Blade width. 6mm

Order no.15 408      Blade width. 8mm

Order no.15 410      Blade width.10mm

Order no.15 412      Blade width.12mm

Order no.15 418      Blade width.18mm

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