The No 62 Low Angle Jack Story
here is what you'll see..
Why we made the No 62 Low Angle Jack Plane
Stanley made theirs in 1905, we made ours 113 years later, why...
How we made the No 62 Low Angle Jack Plane
The pattern making, casting ductile iron & bronzes, CNC machining, surface grinding, blade choice, handles, Howard adjuster, 14 parts, just a walk in the park really...
Versatility plus.. is this your desert island plane?
A roughing jack plane, a smoother, high cutting angle attacks, jointing, a scraper, toothed blades.
Low Angle Bench Planes v Standard Bench Planes
The good ol' "bevel up v bevel down" saga. We'll make a call.
Planing tear out timber with a 62.
The 62 offers a few options when tear out is an issue. Before you give up and attack your tear out patch on your workpiece with a handscraper or sandpaper, try this first...
Edge jointing with a curved blade
David Charlesworth first showed this technique to me, it works, easily...
About Henry Eckert Toolworks...
We started importing quality woodwork tools in 2004. In January 2017 we sold the majority of our brand dealerships.
Our aim now is to develop Made in Adelaide products. It has taken some time to achieve our goals, but we have some highly talented individuals and companies up to the task of making world class tools and accessories in Adelaide.
Henry Eckert Toolworks is all about only offering the tools and merchandise that meets our strict criteria of quality, style and technology to our customers. We hope you enjoy our selection.
Adelaide, South Australia