One of the oldest style, metal-bodied planes made, the mitre plane has started to become popular again because of it's versatility in the shop. Use it as a low-angle smoother, a trimming plane, like a block plane, or even on a shooting board, this plane will excel at any of these tasks. Though I obviousy love infill planes, I have restored enough of them to know that the wooden "infill" is the first thing to usually fail. Thinking long-term, I decided to incorporate a bronze "ramp" that ties into the sole and sides of the plane in multiple places, making for a super-rigid bedding surface for the iron and making sure that it is 100% in contact with body of the plane at all times. The bronze and brass has a brushed, matte finish. Made with a 20 degree bed angle and comes with a 1.5" wide snecked iron that makes the plane easy to adjust and gives your hand the perfect spot to rest while planing. See options for wood choices.
6" Mitre Plane Medium
-6" Long, 1-3/4" Wide, 1-7/16" Tall
-1.5" Wide O1 Steel Iron, 5/32" thick