Corner Easing Plane
Softening the edges on a board or plywood is easy with this nifty, little WoodRiver® Corner Easing Plane. Made entirely from high carbon steel, it works in both directions and is small enough to carry in your work apron or pocket. Cutting edges are built into the tool – no extra blades...
• Works in both directions
• Soften the edges on boards or plywood
• High carbon tool steel
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Perfect For Melamine Edging
This tool is perfect for using on Melamine edging, to gain a perfect chamfer finish. WOOD RECOMMEND!! Furthermore, the shipping to the UK was incredibly fast, taking only four days.
Looks great and does a great job when it works but keeps splitting the corner off
I bought a Woodriver corner easing plane from woodcraft. It is a really nifty small plane that looks like it would be great and when it works it does a great job however... It keeps splitting the wood. It seems like if I go against the angle of the grain it is worse but even if i favor the grain it still cuts the corner off randomly. I have tried taking small bites multiple passes and still have an issue. It is so bad that I cannot get hardly a single corner eased over without at least one or two issues. I have been gluing them down and continuing to try it but now I am about to give up on it. Does anyone use this with success? Any other ideas for easing corners? In the past I have just used sandpaper with pretty good success but was looking for a better solution. Woodpeckers had a nice looking one time tool corner easing plane but I just couldn't justify the $500 price tag for the set.