When I use a block plane, when would I use a Stanley 9 1/2 and when
would I use a Stanley 60 1/2? I believe the 60 1/2 would be better
for end-grain situations. Are there other deciding factors in
choosing between the two planes?
On 23 Jul 2004 16:43:45 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Kurt) wrote:
60 1/2 is a little more aerodynamic, so you get better length when you
They're both junk. Ignore them, get the Lee Valley low-angle. The
quality of manufacture is just incomparably better, A good low angle
will do everything you ask of it. As you think, it's for end grain
where you notice the difference.
Hi, My name's Larry and I am the delegated scrapyard host for
old metal Stanley planes here on the Wreck. Don't throw them
or throw them away, send 'em here.
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