A2 2-3/8" Bench Plane Blade (#6/#7)
Cryogenically treated blades let you use your plane more and sharpen less! The tool steel known as A2 has a great reputation for its superior edge holding properties. Renowned blade maker Ron Hock...
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Cryogenically treated blades let you use your plane more and sharpen less! The tool steel known as A2 has a great reputation for its superior edge holding properties. Renowned blade maker Ron Hock has gone one step further to cryogenically treat A2 blades. This extreme cold treatment (-320F) increases the steel’s toughness without any decrease in hardness. You get improved wear resistance without any increase in brittleness, so a Cryogenically treated blade will hold its edge longer. What does all this mean to you? Simply, that you can keep working instead of sharpening! Fits Stanley, Bailey, Record, Footprint, and most other planes. Honing required before use.
- Handmade and 17% thicker than standard blades
- Finer shavings, and reduced chatter.
- Holds a razor-sharp edge
- Fits Stanley, Bailey, Record, Footprint, and most other planes
- 3/32" thick
- Bench Plane Blades are 7" long.
Shipping / Billing Information
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- Your order will ship in approximately 2-4 business days.
- This product is considered special order. Your account will be charged when you place your order.
- Express or overnight shipping is not available for this product.
- Ships via ground to the 48 contiguous states.
Hock Tools will accept returns. Please contact Woodcraft Customer Service at 800-225-1135 for RGA. Restocking fee will apply.
Hock Tools offers an unconditional guarantee on its products. Contact Woodcraft Customer Service at 800-225-1135 if you have a warranty issue.
very good product
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I can't say enough good things about Hock blades. The first plane I bought would not work. It stayed in the original box for 25 years as I could not make it work. I learned how to feddle a plane in woodworking class and got the blade razor sharp. Two passes over red oak and it was dull again. Someone in the class suggested switching to Hock blades. A few passes on 8000 and 12000 grit sand paper and it was razor sharp. I have not had to resharpen it now for several years. I don't use it more than a few times a year, but it's still too sharp to be worth resharpening. I always buy the cryrogenically treated blades. The edge is really tough and long wearing. I have put these blades and chipbreakers in all 7 of my planes. I bought this blade and chip breaker for a #7 jointer plane that I purchased at the same time. It works just like a plane should. I took a number of 6' long shavings from a mahogany board and all were in one continuous curl.