block plane

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block plane

[′bläk ‚plān]
(design engineering)
A small type of hand plane, designed for cutting across the grain of the wood and for planing end grains.

block plane

block plane
A small plane, held in one hand; the angle of the cutting blade is low (usually about 20°); esp. used to clean up end grain and miters.
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