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Veritas Miniature Router Plane - 952975 05P82.01

Useful plane for hardware installation, fine inlay or intarsia work
£46.25
£48.68
Manufacturer: Veritas
SKU: 05P82.01
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Key Features

  • Useful plane for hardware installation, fine inlay or intarsia work
  • 3.2mm wide A2 tool-steel blade, hardened to HRC 60-62
  • Machined stainless steel body with ground and lapped sole
  • Fine screw feed mechanism controls blade depth
  • Weight 55g, width 75mm
  • Supplied in an embossed, French-fitted presentation box

 

Description

This 75mm wide router plane not only looks like its full-size counterpart, it works like it too. Comfortable to hold and manoeuvre, it is ideal for hardware installation, fine inlay or intarsia work. It comes with a 3.2mm wide A2 tool-steel blade (hardened to HRC 60-62), positioned inboard for standard use or outboard for true bullnose work. The carefully machined stainless steel body has a ground and lapped sole. The sole encircles the blade for maximum registration to a workpiece and to bridge recesses for stability on narrow stock. The knobs are hardwood. A fine screw feed mechanism sets blade depth, whilst a knurled clamping knob secures the blade. Weight just 55g, supplied in an embossed, French-fitted presentation box.

 

Key Features

  • Useful plane for hardware installation, fine inlay or intarsia work
  • 3.2mm wide A2 tool-steel blade, hardened to HRC 60-62
  • Machined stainless steel body with ground and lapped sole
  • Fine screw feed mechanism controls blade depth
  • Weight 55g, width 75mm
  • Supplied in an embossed, French-fitted presentation box

 

Description

This 75mm wide router plane not only looks like its full-size counterpart, it works like it too. Comfortable to hold and manoeuvre, it is ideal for hardware installation, fine inlay or intarsia work. It comes with a 3.2mm wide A2 tool-steel blade (hardened to HRC 60-62), positioned inboard for standard use or outboard for true bullnose work. The carefully machined stainless steel body has a ground and lapped sole. The sole encircles the blade for maximum registration to a workpiece and to bridge recesses for stability on narrow stock. The knobs are hardwood. A fine screw feed mechanism sets blade depth, whilst a knurled clamping knob secures the blade. Weight just 55g, supplied in an embossed, French-fitted presentation box.