Ideal for making and finishing rabbets and adjusting tenons and hand rails. Backlash-free blade adjustment with knurled screw. The mouth opening is adjustable via the sliding plate held in a grout and a wing nut. Durable hornbeam body. E.C.E.
This Primus Shoulder Plane with Lignum Vitae Sole (ECE) is a collectible handtool that is no longer in production, with only one available for purchase. It is highly recommended for creating and perfecting rabbets, as well as adjusting tenons and hand rails. The backlash-free blade adjustment is made possible by a knurled screw, and the mouth opening can be adjusted using a grout and wing nut.
The durable hornbeam body is a signature of E.C.E. Planes, a traditional German manufacturer known for their tried-and-tested cabinetmaker's planes. The soles are made of lignum vitae wood and are extremely wear-resistant, providing a smooth sliding action due to its self-lubricating effect. The blades are already sharpened and set for immediate use, with a cutting angle of 50° (except for the toothing plane). These planes are essential problem-solving tools for any expert in the industry. They excel in fixing depthing mistakes, removing machining
- Length: 280mm
- Blade Bedded at 50 deg.
- Iron width: 30mm
Made in Germany
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