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    Stanley 55 Saw Plane (Kerfing Plane)

    If you have a Stanley 55 or 45 plane, here is a simple method of creating a kerf to guide hand saw ripping or to make the male portion of a sliding dovetail. The Stanley 55, having dual fences, will give more accurate cuts than the Stanley 45, which only has a single fence. All you need to do is to drill two holes into a leftover saw blade to fit the saw onto the two rods of the plane. The fence angle can be adjusted to allow for cutting at different angles.

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    Unique Tips For Hand Tools : Another Meaning of Hybrid Woodworking: The Stanley 55 "Saw Plane"?

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    Thanks Elm! I've added your Kerfing Plane to our Planes category, as well as to your builder page: Elm's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:



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