Lie-Nielsen Plow Plane 

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  • #23435
    Ken
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    Lie-Nielsen Plow Plane 

    Lie-Nielsen Plow Plane Debut

    #23436
    Jay
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    Wow, that is nice. I wondered when they were going to make one. Thanks for the link, Ken.

    #23441
    Ken
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    Yeah it is nice, I dread to think how much it will cost though Jay.

    #23442
    Jay
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    Ken, I’m sure it will be as much as some of their more expensive planes, which are out of my price range. I have a Stanley 50, but I’m sure if I wanted to upgrade to a modern plow plane I’m sure the Veritas is going to be a lot cheaper. Still, that LN looks great in those pictures.

    #23443
    Ken
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    Yep and mine, bottom line it won’t do anymore than an old Stanley or Record 🙂

    #23445
    Greg Merritt
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    Very nice! But I too shutter to think of the price on that one. Its a good thing I love my old Record 043.

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    #23446
    Ken
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    HaHa +1 for the Record 043 😉

    #23453
    str8tedge
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    Hey Ken,

    That Lie Neilsen Plow is going to be very costly. Fortunately I have the magic #405 Record Multiplane which is my most prized hand tool. One of the best purchases I ever made. Makes molding, beading, and sash a breeze.

    I have all the cutters except the set of hollow noses they sold separately. I’ll find them eventually.

    Record published a book called ‘Planecraft’ reprinted in 1979 covering the history of planes and uses of Record planes. Published by C. J. Hampton Ltd. Sheffield, England. One chapter covers the use of the #405 and all it’s functions. A super tool.

    Joe B.

    #23684
    Sandy
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    I fell into a sweet deal today on a Stanley 45. It is still in the original box With all the attachments and 20 cutting irons. It says in the literature the lady gave me with it that it was made somewhere between 1884 and 1895. I also found a Record 038. Both in mint condition. My wife is going to kill me….

    Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    Albert Einstein

    #23688
    Ken
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    #23692
    DeniseG
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    Maybe you should sell one of those fine tools to me. You know, just to keep your wife happy 🙂

    i'd prefer to make it myself

    #23694
    davemd66
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    Looks really nice. I will be interested to see what the price ends up being. I have the Veritas plow and like it very much. Excellent bang for the buck.

    Dave

    #23697
    George Bridgeman
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    I’m guessing it’ll cost an incredible amount! There’s a short bit of video about the new plane on one of The Wood Whisperer’s videos. He saw it at WIA this year. It starts around the 3:00 mark in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzaqxP0JU44

    The thing I like about the look of this one is that there’s somewhere for your index finger to go. I have the Veritas version and really like it – I especially like the fence because it gives something to grip with my off hand but my index finger still misses some positive registration surface.

    George.

    "To know and not do is to not know"

    #23738
    RL
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    The Veritas plough plane is one of my favourite tools as well. I have the tongue and groove cutters for it as well as the regular blades. It’s a joy to use, and I haven’t used my router in place of it since I purchased it. Well worth the price. I would imagine the Lie Nielsen plane will be around $250.

    #121204
    Jay
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    Anybody hear anything else about this plane? This was about a year ago… wonder if they scrapped it?

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