Veritas Miniature Router Plane - Canadian Woodworking Magazine

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Veritas Miniature Router Plane



Timed nicely with Bill Perry’s two-part article on stringing and banding, Lee Valley has introduced another tiny gem: a miniature router plane. After using it to inlay some stringing across a set of tapered legs, I’m glad they did. It does what its full-sized brother does, except on a smaller scale. A ⅛" wide blade is perfect for detailed stringing and banding work, as well as tasks like inlaying hardware and precious metals. It’s available for $39.50. To learn more about Veritas tools, visit leevalley.com

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