PM-10V blade suits No 62 & No 164


Buy Now, Pay Later 

  • No interest always
  • Nothing to pay today
Buy everything you want today and pay over time, with no interest ever!
Get up to 60 days free, or pay at your own pace - the choice is yours.
Simply checkout with
To approved applicants only. You may be approved for a lower limit. $6 monthly service fee applies. Pay balance by due date and the service fee is waived. No balance. No fee. See contract for details. zipMoney Payments Pty Ltd. ABN 58 164 440 993.


This PM-10V plane blade is made to suit the Henry Eckert Low Angle Jack Plane. At 4.8mm the blade is thicker than normal.

The bevel is ground at 25 degrees, it is sharp now but will respond well to a hone. We suggest installing a micro bevel at 30 or 35 degrees for general use.

Powdered Metallurgy

Powdered Metallurgy Tool Steel is the new era of tool steel. The steel ‘mix’ contains high vanadium carbides. It comes from a process of melting the constituent metals that make up the steel and then mixing them together. Next, they are atomised to make a powder consisting of minutely small particles.
The particles are screened to ensure uniformity and then under pressure they are heated to form the tool steel billet.
This method produces a tool steel that is extremely uniform with a very fine grained structure.
What does this mean to the woodworker?
Put simply, this tool steel has higher impact resistance than O1 & A2 tool steel. More importantly it has amazing resistance to abrasion, that is, great wear resistance so your blades stay sharper much longer. Users say over double the time of O1 & A2 steel.
The blades sharpen easily to a very keen edge. Our blades are machined, carefully heat treated to the manufacturing mill’s specifications by our metallurgist (Andrew), surface ground flat and primary bevels prepared for fine honing in Adelaide.Depending on the size, our after market blades are 10% to 30% thicker than the originals giving you a more rigid blade resisting chatter and more weight (heft) in the right spot lowering the centre of gravity.

Technical Powdered Metallurgy Information Page here.