D'Angelico plane, small sole
These silicon-bronze planes are a study in cooperation. They are based on patterns from Jimmy D'Aquisto's round sole planes for carving archtops and backs that were originally given to him by John D'Angelico. They were worked, reworked and refined with input from Steven Andersen, Steve Klein, Bob Benedetto, Marc Maingard, Guy Rabut, and Steven Marchione. The high carbon steel blades made by Ron Hock are about a third thicker than standard blades and offer more stability and closer throat settings.
Video: D’Angelico Planes Overview and Use.
The sole of this plane measures 2" x 1 1/8". The blade is 3/4" wide. The radius of the length is 4" and the radius of the width is 2".
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