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Model RBBL-0318

Pinnacle - Replacement Plane Blade for Stanley #9-1/2, 3 slot

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Working together with renowned blade manufacturer, IBC, Woodcraft is proud to introduce the new line of Pinnacle plane blades. The evidence of IBC’s plane blade manufacturing expertise is extensive, but its name is still vastly unknown to woodworkers. Woodcraft is proud to finally, and formally, introduce IBC to the woodworking world. Instead of being the best-kept secret in woodworking industry, the goal of the IBC brand is to become synonymous with "the best plane irons in woodworking." Match these blades against any other manufacturer…you will not regret it. You won’t need to examine the factory edge under a microscope to see these blades are superior, you’ll feel it the first time you use one! Fully stress relieved. Air hardened. Cryogenically treated. Honed razor sharp - "will shave hair out of the box." Fully demagnetized. Precision ground top/bottom. Precision ground/hand polished sides. Rust protection: micro-thin film, water-soluble rust inhibitor, rust inhibitor paper wrap. All IBC products are 100% manufactured in Canada. Previously available only as original manufacturer's equipment, these blades are designed for and are 100% compatible with Stanley planes. All blades are A2 tool steel, Rc 60-62.

  • A2 tool steel
  • Hardness Rc 60-62
  • Blade thickness 0.095"
  • Cryogenically treated



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    Good quality blockplane iron replacement

    The blade fits the Stanley block plane without any problem. The block plane iron adjustment still works just fine. The blade is reasonably sharp out of the box; not mirror surface but reasonably good still. So far I use it to plane some rosewood and MDF and the edge is still remains very sharp. One thing I do feel that with the thicker iron, it cuts through the surface easier than the original thin iron. I haven't tried other plane iron replacement from LN or LV, but IDC certainly has some good quality iron replacement. I would be tempted to get the set for my Stanley #4.

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