Chisel / Flush Plane with PMA11V blades

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The Henry Eckert Chisel / Flush Plane is a great tool to have in your workshop. It is cast in solid white bronze to give a tool with the heft to complete its tasks. You can fit it with a Lie-Nielsen low angle jack plane blade, a LN adjustable mouth block plane blade or Henry Eckert PMA11V blades.

The plane is available with or without plane blades.

The plane blades fit perfectly on the ground flat surface under the plane and are located by a precision ground island which matches the plane blade slot. The blade snaps into place and is held securely by flush rare earth magnets, two on the jack plane blade version and one on the adjustable mouth plane blade version.

A tool that gets into hard to access corners or one that removes anything ‘above’ the workpiece surface like dowels, inlay, stringing, marquetry, glue beads etc.

                                 

 

 

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Henry Eckert plane blades fit Lie-Nielsen low angle jack and adjustable mouth and small block planes. They are made in ultimate powdered metallurgy tool steel perfect for the hardwoods we encounter in Australia.

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