|Item Weight||10.38 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||24 x 8.3 x 4.3 inches|
|Item model number||469584|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
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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- 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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By TD on January 22, 2019
I bought this plane because I wanted to upgrade from an old wooded jointer I have. Overall I couldn’t be more impressed with this tool. The sole of the plane was pretty close. It only took me about 30 min on some sand paper and I had a sole that I was happy with.
The blade took a bit more work to get flat. I don’t use a grinder, so if you do, I imagine you can get it flat a lot faster. Overall it took me a solid 2.5 hours to get the back and bevel flat starting on a Corse DMT stone. I took it up to 8000 on my water stones and it’s taking paper thin shavings.
If you are new to hand tools and I can offer any advice - get high quality stones, a jig and learn how to use them. You can save a lot of money learning how to sharpen and adjust second hand and cheaper tools. This jointer is the perfect example of that. I now have a plane that I can’t imagine cuts much different than big name planes by investing 3 hours and some good stones.
I might end up picking another one of these up so I don’t have to adjust between rough and fine cuts. At $150 I don’t know that you can beat this.
When I received the product first time, the sole was not at right angle to the side of the body. It also had numerous dents. I left the message to the seller. They were prompt and sent me a new plane. The support said the replacement was examined in person before sending it. It all happened within a week, even during COVID19 month.
The new replacement had better body, but the paint was in poor quality and the blade was not at right angle. I had to grind it before honing it. I had to sharpen the chip breaker as well. Now it works pretty good. I have a N6 WoodRiver. WR is heavier even though it is smaller. I may have to flatten the chip breaker little bit more because it chatters sometimes, or purchase a hock blade.
I understand this is 150 USD and not 350 USD like WoodRiver or 450 like Veritas/Lie Nielsen. One day, it may get broken somehow and I will have to find some more expensive replacement after buying my wife an expensive handbag. The problem is this stuff last forever.
Despite the less satisfied product review, I am giving 4 stars because of the amazing support. I'd buy their product again.