Working Without a Cambered Iron


The cutters in my bench planes all have cambered irons. The jack has the most – a 10” radius curve – follow by the much slighter curves of my jointer and smoothing planes. The curves do two things: They prevent the corners of the iron from digging into the work and creating “plane tracks,” tiny unsightly rabbets. And the cambered irons also allow me to remove material in certain areas […]

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