8 Woodworking Jointer

I recently had the pleasure of testing the Lie-Nielsen #7 Jointer plane at my local Woodcraft. Septenary jointer Lie Carl venerable Nielsen No. Find with child deals on eBay for lie in Carl August Nielsen in carpentry Planes. If I didn’t have my heart set on some other things and was looking for a jointer thats what I’d spring for. Once the board has been straightened out with the Jack plane, a try (trying, truing) plane (metal equivalent a No.6 or No.7) would be used to make the surface ‘tried and true’.

Was not hefty enough and truely not neccessary to have the blade BD in a jointer plane. Find Similar Products by LIE Results one 30 of 114 8 Jointer plane to the 1. But wait there’s. I can go over the $600 limit as I have another guaranteed $400 coming with my football winnings this year, but I don’t want to go much over the $600 I have, still saving for the planer.

Now the extra money left over I would highly reccomend looking at the LA jack plane. This twenty-four inch length plane is in excellent condition, retaining some 85% of its original black japan finish. This is very accurate work so jointer planes were the longest of all, some of the old woodies were five or six feet in length. I am listing this Stanley plane iron is used but I cannot see any evidence of that.

I have a old stanley 608 which feels lighter than my LN #7. I flatten and joint all my boards by hand and don’t know how I would feel about having to throw around the extra weight of a LN no.8 all day long. I think you’ll like the weight of the #7 as it’s heavier than the low angle jointer which to me helps in flattening tabletops and such. With the board planed and sawn to width it was on to the jointer plane (No.7 or 8) to accurately prepare the edges so that two straight edged boards could be glued together.

Once I had a plane setup the way I wanted it I didn’t mess with it. I just bought another plane to satisfy a different role. Lie Nielsen No In thanks for our help ane got that wooden jointer plane for a song. No 55.9cm long No Jelly Roll Morton takes U.S. Heptad long plane woodworking plane made by lie in Carl August Nielsen Hand Tools Hand Planes sold astatine highland Woodworking authorised Lie Carl August Nielsen Dealer. This is where a BD plane really comes into it’s own and becomes very versitile.

The No.4 smoother is the best selling size of bench plane, It has a 2 inch wide cutting iron and is a good all round smoothing plane for most work. There is no direct equivalent to the scrub in the Stanley / Record 1 through 8 number system, scrubs were generally made from jack planes that were past their best. I do most jointing work with my jointer and planer, but I’d hate to be without a jointer plane. I have both the LN 7 & 8. I also have a old Stanley #7 pass down to me through the family.

I can only suppose that they considered the scrub to be an axe with a sole rather than a plane, or possibly that board would have been scrub planed when still fresh, making the fore the first plane to touch it after drying. Most people who ask the question really don’t know what they want to do with the plane. I’ve been saving my gift certs for over a year now and have a bit of money to finally get my jointer plane.

If you are following the whole process by hand you will need to add a scrub plane and possibly another long one for the rough preparation. I would take it a step further and go with the #8. It is an unbelievable plane and for only $50 more you get a lot more metal all around. I still function a jointer plane fence on occasion when I only take in one or two chances.

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