Review By: I.Ball
Category: Old Wooden Planes
Tool Type: Wooden Planes
Plane Type: Slipped Bead
The old British wooden slipped bead plane is basically a
wooden bead plane
with a section of the side of the plane which can be removed via screws
running through the side of the plane.
From my observations, slipped beads are commonly the smaller sized planes.
Also from my observations I believe in the history of wooden planes, the slipped beads were a slightly later addition, probably began being made in 1800's, possibly late 1700's.
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