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Taytools 469584 Jointer Bench Hand Plane #7, 22 Inch Sole, Ductile Cast Body, Lapped Sides and Bottom, Blade RHC 55-60, Sapele Handle and Tote

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Brand Taytools
Material Alloy Steel
Color Silver

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  • Body and frog made from nearly indestructible ductile cast iron
  • Tote and knob are made from premium grade oiled and hand-rubbed Sapele
  • Iron is 0.120” thick and 2-3/8” wide and made from tool steel hardened and tempered to 55-60
  • Sole precision ground to within the British Standard of 0.006” over the entire length
  • Overall length 22” and 2-7/8" wide, overall weight 8.30 pounds
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This #7 jointer plane is the perfect tool to true, shoot and flatten larger boards and will achieve an accurate and smooth finish. This jointer plane is ideal for the cabinet maker and discerning woodworker. The body and frog are made from ductile cast iron. The sole and sides are precision machined to within 0.006” over the entire length of the sole. The knob and tote are carefully shaped, sanded, oiled and hand rubbed Sapele. The 0.120 inch thick and 2-3/8 inch wide tool steel iron is hardened and tempered to 55-60 Rockwell C. This plane has appropriate mass and weighs in at 8.30 pounds. The frog can be adjusted forward and back. The lever cap is made from plated cast iron. Cap iron screws and adjusting wheels are made from polished brass. The yoke is a solid one piece casting. Bed angle is 45 degrees.

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Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars You have to consider the price!
By TD on January 22, 2019
For what you pay, this is a great tool. You may have to do some work when you get it, but that's the trade-off you get for paying less than half the price of the premium planes. My plane and iron (blade) were about flawless. I probably should try flattening the sole, but it looks perfect up against a good straight edge, so I didn't bother (at least yet). The frog surface was clean and flat. The blade was almost perfectly flat and fairly sharp, and I had it hair-popping sharp with very little time with my stones and strop. The chip breaker was a different story. It had some strange tip geometry like it was accidentally double sheared during manufacturing. I contacted Taylor Tools, and the president of the company emailed me back. He told me to grind the chip breaker as I saw fit and that if I wasn't happy, he'd take care of me. I was afraid to touch it figuring it might void any warranty. Well, I worked on it and got it right enough. I attached one photo showing the thin shavings I was taking right away once I did all this work and assembled the plane. I am no pro at this--I'm still very new with hand planes. This thing is a big, heavy beast (see attached photo comparing to my Stanley No.5 Jack plane); but it sure excels at getting wood FLAT. I made a full trash bag of shavings planing two faces of four poplar table legs flat and perpendicular. Then I ripped the other two sides on the table saw to dimension and finished with one or two more swipes with the plane once again for surface finish reasons (the plane leaves an amazing surface). Through all this, I did not perceive any blade dulling. I wouldn't say four poplar table legs represent a grueling test, but the blade steel is definitely not garbage. Highly recommended.
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