RALI Hand Planes | Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement

The hand plane with interchangeable blades.

RALI Hand Planes

RALI Hand Planes

The Rali Hand plane with interchangeable blades is a modern Woodworkers tool. The program is known under the name “Evolution” for the professional woodworker and "Monobloc" for the use on lighter applications.
Its ergonomic design and light weight makes it a favorite in the tool box. If the blade gets dull or has a nick while on a job, it can be replaced with a few simple steps. Thanks to its clever design, no wood chips get caught between the blade and holder. The blade in the Rali plane is fastened by a clamping mechanism and is completely sealed.
Each blade has two cutting edges so it can be rotated. Replacement blades are available in Chrome Steele and Hard metal.


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