Router plane

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Router plane
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A router plane is a plane used for smoothing out sunken panels, and more generally for all depressions below the general surface of the pattern.

It planes the bottoms of recesses to a uniform depth and can work into corners that could be reached only by the use of a chisel.

Nowadays, it is often replaced by the electrical router but continues to be preferred in special cases.

References[edit]

Woodworker's Guide to Handplanes Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing (November 1, 2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 1565234537 ISBN-13: 978-1565234536