The No. 62 combines the benefits of a bevel-up 12° blade mounting angle, a set-up which gives as much support as possible to the cutting edge, with an adjustable mouth, making the plane particularly suitable for straightening edges either with or across the grain. A toothed blade is available for this plane, which is excellent for the removal of heavy stock in difficult grain. The Hot Dog attachment available will transform the Low Angle Jack into a shooting plane. The body is ductile iron, the lever cap is bronze and the handles are cherry wood. The base is 355mm(14") long by 62mm(2.1/2") long by 62mm(2.1/2") wide.
|Nett Weight||2.5 kg (5.1/2lbs)|
|Plane Blade Width||50 mm (2")|
|Plane Sole Length||355 mm (14")|
|Sole Length||355 mm|