Small Scraping Plane
This unusual plane is based on the now scarce Stanley No. 212, which was discontinued in 1934 and brings high prices from collectors. We are pleased to make it available for woodworkers once again.
The almost perpendicular blade makes it ideal for small scraping jobs, producing shavings like the finest lace and leaving smooth surfaces with crisp edges. The blade angle can be adjusted from 75 Degrees to 100 Degrees, enabling it to be set up just right for the particular wood being worked.
It is a favorite among fly rod makers for thicknessing bamboo fly rod sections. We offer an optional Fly Rod Makers Groove, ground 1" wide x .003" deep into the sole of the plane, making it the perfect companion tool to a rod maker's form.
- 5-1/2 in long x 1-3/4 in wide.
- Blade is 1-3/8 in wide x 1/8 in thick.
- Bronze body, 1.60 lbs.