Lie-Nielsen No.62 Low Angle Jack Plane - $245.00
Plane is based on a time-tested Stanley No. 62 design first introduced in 1905. It is a 14" plane with a 2" blade bedded at 12°. An adjustable shoe allows easy, precise adjustment of the mouth opening.
The low angle blade set with the bevel up was originally intended for end grain work. A massive 3/16" thick blade makes for smooth cutting on end grain, long grain and figured woods. This blade is shipped with a 25° flat bevel. Using higher angles gives excellent results on difficult grain. This can easily be done by honing a small secondary bevel at the higher angle. An extra blade on hand prepared this way is very handy.
A generous handle is hand-shaped for a comfortable grip. Soles are ground dead flat. Lie-Nielsen's refined design and meticulous workmanship combine to make a tool that will be a pleasure to own and use every day for years to come.
The Hot Dog attachment for the Lie-Nielsen No.62 Low Angle Jack Plane is a tubular handle designed for comfort in shooting board applications. It is held firmly in place by a single set screw and is easily removed if needed. It is not necessary to remove it in order to remove and sharpen the blade.
Toothed blades for have small chisel-like teeth .030" wide, and spaced .030" apart. They are used for heavy stock removal in difficult grain. Follow with a fine-set Smoothing Plane.
- Body material: Ductile Iron
- Length overall: 14 in.
- Blade width: 2 in.
- Blade material: 3/16 in. thick A-2 tool steel hardened to Rockwell 60-62
- Handle and knob: Cherry wood is standard
- Illustrated instructions included with each plane
- Guarantee: Materials and workmanship are guaranteed for the life of your tool
- Additional Info (PDF Format): Use and Care Instructions
- Additional blade info: (PDF Format): Toothed Blades