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- An adjustable tool used for trimming, beveling, fitting and shaping wood, and smoothing rough spots left by sawing and drilling.
- Blades are positioned bevel side down at a 45-degree angle.
- Models range in size from 9" smooth planes to 24" jointer planes.
- Smooth planes are smaller (generally 9” to 10”) and lightweight and used for flattening and smoothing the face of boards and other all-around work.
- Jack planes are longer (12" to 17") and heavier than smooth planes, have more cutting capacity and are used for smoothing and squaring rough lumber surfaces.
- Jointer planes, the longest (approximately 22” to 24” long) and heaviest of planes, are used to shape edges of doors or long boards so two boards may be joined together to make a close fitting joint.
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