"ASUKA" Gotoku HONMAMON Plane White Oak Body, Aogami steel 1 55mm-70mm
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Japanese hand planes require less power to smooth uneven surfaces and correct the warping of the wood. The ASUKA Plane uses high-quality Aogami steel no.1 for the plane's blade to ensure a much sharper and smoother finish and a more enjoyable woodworking experience. For professional use Japanese plane. This plane is Traditional Japanese plane making workshop from Miki city.
The Gotoku is a joinery plane designed to do 5 jobs. It can be used as.
- A Smoothing Plane
- A Right-Handed Rebate Plane
- A Left-Handed Rebate Plane
- A Right-Handed Side-Cutting Plane
- A Left-Handed Side Cutting Plane
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Wood: White Oak Body
The Japanese plane or KANNA is a plane pulled towards the user rather than pushed in the manner of western style planes. The laminated steel and iron blade is stout compared to western planes. There a many different planes for all types of work.
A Japanese plane consists of 4 main elements
Body - Wood base, usually white oak or red oak.
Blade – Laminated from two pieces of steel, the very hard edge is so brittle, so used thick and very soft iron to supported.
Adjustable Chipbreaker – a second blade that breaks the wood fibres after they’re cut, reducing tear out.
Holding pin – Holds the blade and chipbreaker in place.
Mr. Tsunemitsu Uozumi build up Tsunesaburo Plane Works Co., Ltd. In 1947. Plane blade maker studied under from his grandfather since he was a child and has mastered the secrets of process for making plane for 28years. Now, a third generation of the Tsunesaburo family, the second-generation owner Mr. Asao Uozumi according to the purpose of use utilizing both the traditional method and modern equipment. And keeping the new skill continues to third-generation owner Mr. Toru Uozumi.
240 x 55mm
Item no. 1113884
255 x 70mm
Item no. 1113883
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