Electric planes are used for planing and processing wood, rounding off sharp edges, and flattening rough surfaces. They generally differ in terms of their cutting width and depth.
What should I consider when choosing a plane?
Determines how large an area the plane is able to machine.
- 100 mm - smaller planes suitable for work on boards, removing old paint or renovating fences.
- above 100 mm - for everyday work with larger pieces of wood (beams, plywood, etc.).
- Suction - allows dust to be removed with the help of a vacuum cleaner, which is particularly useful when working in enclosed areas.
- Guide rail - suitable for precision work and producing grooves.
- Collector for wood chips - catches wood chips and shavings as you work; useful if you don't have a suction device or vacuum cleaner.
Specifies the depth that the plane cuts into the material. The greater the depth setting, the more difficult and less accurate the planing.
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