Bench Dog No. 7 Jointer Plane
Bench Dog's No. 7 Jointer Plane is the longest in the bench plane lineup. Thanks to it's lengthy sole, it quickly levels dips and high spots to produce a straight, square edge prior to edge joining. It also performs the final flattening of surfaces before finishing with a smoothing plane. Quality materials, precision machining and solid construction result in a hand plane that's an absolute pleasure to use. The sole is precision ground flat. The blade is made from thick 1/8'' hardened carbon steel for reduced chatter and excellent edge retention. Solid sapele is used for the comfortable tote and knob, adding a touch of elegance. Each plane includes a case, sock, manual and a Certificate of Inspection with measurements specific to your plane for sole flatness and blade hardness.
- Ideal for edge jointing and final flattening of surfaces before smoothing
- Ductile cast iron body for superior strength and resistance to impact
- Adjustable frog lets you narrow the blade opening for fine shavings
- Easy depth-of-cut adjustment and lateral blade adjustment
- Solid brass cap iron and threaded fittings for smooth action
- Sole of plane and back of blade are flat to tight tolerances
- Blade and sole are treated with a protective layer of oil
- Certificate of Inspection included for each tool
- Minimal setup and tuning required before use
(1) Bench Dog® Tools No.7 Jointer Plane
(1) Plane sock
(1) Black storage case
(1) Certificate of Inspection
(1) Owner's manual
|Manufacturer Part Number||250075|
3 months ago
7 months ago
The performance I get from this is comparable to the performance I get from my veritas and lie Nielsen planes. Very, very pleased with this
1 year ago
1 year ago
The 4 star rating has to do with the hour taken cleaning and honing I did before I could try it
11 months ago
11 months ago
To top that off - the assistant store manager at the Rockler I go to is not a fan of returns. "If for any reason you are not satisfied with the merchandise you ordered, just return it within 90 days to receive a refund in the manner of original payment." - yeah - right. I tried to return the basic Excelsior lathe to buy a more expensive one - all I got was flack. Ended up not returning it. Also didn't end up buying a better one. As a result of that bad experience, I returned this hand plane the very next day - and STILL was given a hard time about trying to return it.
I've dropped 7 grand at Rockler in the last 9 months. I am absolutely revolted by the experiences I have had with the return process. One return - which would have been an exchange and likely still been a net gain for Rockler, and the other - returning something I should not have been questioned about for 5 straight minutes.
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