Setting Up A Scraper Plane

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From Walke Moore Tools:

If you’re new to scraper planes or scrapers in general, you may want to read this first.

My Lie-Nielsen #112 scraper plane has become indispensable to me since I purchased it about a year ago.  Whether I’m dealing with exotic woods, interlocking grain, or just smoothing a knot with the usual grain reversal surrounding it the scraper plane does it all and I would not be without one at this point.  But maintaining a scraper plane can be tricky and unlike hand planes, there isn’t a lot of information out there on how to set them up.  Hopefully this will help (so please tell your woodworking nerd friends).

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2 Responses to Setting Up A Scraper Plane

  1. Matt Rae says:

    Thanks for posting this – I have one but have never got the sort of results that I wanted. I think I will take another look!

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