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Posted on Bevel Up vs Bevel Down Jack Plane

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#1 posted 08-12-2016 06:43 PM

It really doesn’t matter which plane you get. It’s all about the bevel angle on the blade and not whether it is bevel up or bevel down. The bevel can always be ground to suit the wood condition (end grain, surface). Ki7hy has the right idea; blades of different bevel angles.

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