Record 0110 Plane Review By: I.Ball
Category: Old Block Planes
Plane Type: Block
Model No: 0110
The Record 0110 plane is a 7 inch long non-adjustable block plane from
the Record block plane range.
The 0110 block plane is fitted with a pierced curvaceous dome topped securing cap, a tungsten steel Record plane blade and a hardwood front knob.
The securing cap can also be referred to as a lever cap. This cap locks the blade in place by turning the knurled edged locking wheel until the cap and blade are firmly locked in place. The locking wheel is located under the dome portion of the cap.
Due to this type of blade securing cap, the Record 0110 needs a metal cross bar.
This cross bar is needed because when the locking wheel is turned, pressure is
placed where the locking wheel meets the blade and where the lever cap meets
the cross bar.
The shaped front hardwood knob assists the user in holding the plane and helps offer extra control when planning.
The Record 0110 was the next model down from the Record 0120, the main difference being the 0110 has no fine blade adjustment mechanism.
The Record 0110 block plane was very popular seeing the plane being produced for over 60 years.
Length Of Sole: 178mm (7 inch)
Front Knob: alloy
Body: high grade cast iron
Lever Cap: high grade cast iron
Weight: 624g (1 3/8lb)
Plane Finish: blue
Record 0110 Plane Blade / Cutter
Material: crucible cast tungsten steel
Width: 42mm (1 5/8 inch)
Record 0110 Plane Markings
"Record" - found on the top face at the very front of the plane
"No 0110" - found on the top face between the front knob and mouth
"Made in England" - found on the top face at the rear of the plane
"Record" - found on the lever cap face
1931 - 1994
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