#91 Small Shoulder Plane
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The WoodRiver® No. 91 Small Shoulder Plane combines the best of the Edward Preston and Sons’ plane designs with modern WoodRiver® features to create a “new classic” with the look and feel of a shiny antique but the body of shoulder plane equipped for serious shopwork, whether cleaning...
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- Ideal for tweaking tenons, rabbets and dadoes
- Blade advancement mechanism is smooth and precise
- Adjustable toe controls throat opening and aids in minimizing tear-out on end grain
- Sides are square to the sole
- Classic look and feel
- Plane Body Dimensions (W x L x H): 1/2" x 5-3/4" x 1-7/8"
- Overall Plane Length: 6-1/2"
- Overall Plane Height: 2-3/8"
- Body Material: Cr40 stress-relieved ductile steel
- Blade Material: Mn65 tool steel
- Blade Hardness: HRC 60-64
- Bedded Angle: 15°
- Blade Angle: 25°
- Weight: 12.4 oz.
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Good plan, needs more attention to blade
I have been looking for a small shoulder plane for a while now and I recently received this as a birthday gift. The fit and finish on this plane is really nice and the body feels quite solid. Importantly, the sole is flat and square. However, there is a lot of play in the adjustment mechanism and it does feel a little flimsy. Worst of all though, the blade was quite skewed (~1/32") right out of the box. This is the 6th plane I've purchased/received, so I'm used to having to touch up the blade, but this will require quite a bit of honing to correct (I don't have access to a grinder sadly). Going to contact Woodcraft about a replacement blade, will update review with outcome if possible.