Qiangsheng Luban No 7 Jointer Plane - Bedrock Pattern
Qiangsheng Luban No 7 Jointer Plane - Bedrock Pattern
£209.95
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Key Features

  • Precision machined and ground sole and wings
  • Perfect length to remove peaks, troughs and undulations from boards
  • Ergonomical designed handle and knob made from solid bubinga
  • Fully stress relieved to prevent from twisting or warping

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This Item: Qiangsheng Luban No 7 Jointer Plane - Bedrock Pattern
£209.95

Product Details

Based in China, Qiangsheng Luban are experts in their field of hand plane manufacture. Using a combination of traditional and modern manufacturing processes along with tried and trusted designs, they produce planes that offer exceptional quality. Since their arrival in 2005 they have established themselves as the serious alternative to the premium plane brands from North America. Their attention to detail in the finishing process is in our opinion second to none and the weight and balance ratio is of the highest level. Qiangsheng Luban planes are an exceptionally popular choice with discerning woodworkers and cabinetmakers throughout the world.

There is nothing more satisfying than taking a rough piece of timber and working it into a smooth, flat board. To do that, you need a good plane and we think this does the job perfectly. The No 7 jointer or try plane is the longest of the standard bench planes and is the perfect length to remove peaks, troughs and undulations from the edges and surfaces of boards. Its primary function in the workshop is to square up the edges of boards so the fit perfectly together for jointing.

Made from cast steel, the plane body is fully stress relieved to prevent it from twisting or warping over time. The sole and wings are precision machined and ground to exacting tolerances to be flat and square. The bedrock style frog and the plane body is also precision machined so the two fit together perfectly. This ensures the best possible support for the blade giving clean, chatter free cuts. The stainless steel cap iron gives further support to the blade assembly and the precision ground chip breaker gives maximum blade contact.

The 60mm blade is made from high carbon steel and is 3mm thick. Tempered and hardened to Rc60-64, the blade is hard enough to be sharpened and hold a razor sharp edge. The handle and front knob are ergonomically designed and made from solid bubinga. The light satin finish on these gives an excellent non-slip grip.
Based in China, Qiangsheng Luban are experts in their field of hand plane manufacture. Using a combination of traditional and modern manufacturing processes along with tried and trusted designs, they produce planes that offer exceptional quality. Since their arrival in 2005 they have established themselves as the serious alternative to the premium plane brands from North America. Their attention to detail in the finishing process is in our opinion second to none and the weight and balance ratio is of the highest level. Qiangsheng Luban planes are an exceptionally popular choice with discerning woodworkers and cabinetmakers throughout the world.

There is nothing more satisfying than taking a rough piece of timber and working it into a smooth, flat board. To do that, you need a good plane and we think this does the job perfectly. The No 7 jointer or try plane is the longest of the standard bench planes and is the perfect length to remove peaks, troughs and undulations from the edges and surfaces of boards. Its primary function in the workshop is to square up the edges of boards so the fit perfectly together for jointing.

Made from cast steel, the plane body is fully stress relieved to prevent it from twisting or warping over time. The sole and wings are precision machined and ground to exacting tolerances to be flat and square. The bedrock style frog and the plane body is also precision machined so the two fit together perfectly. This ensures the best possible support for the blade giving clean, chatter free cuts. The stainless steel cap iron gives further support to the blade assembly and the precision ground chip breaker gives maximum blade contact.

The 60mm blade is made from high carbon steel and is 3mm thick. Tempered and hardened to Rc60-64, the blade is hard enough to be sharpened and hold a razor sharp edge. The handle and front knob are ergonomically designed and made from solid bubinga. The light satin finish on these gives an excellent non-slip grip.

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Brand Rutlands

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Unknown

Absolutely fantastic plane. Would heartily recommend anyone buy this series of planes. I found this plane to be the same quality as veritas. Sole arrived dead flat with sides dead square. Very little fettling required to get the plane ready for work. I recon it''s a bit of a gamble giving lots of money to this untried brand, but for me it paid off and I''m not in the market for a Quangsheng jack!

Stephen Leacock

Fantastically made witha flatness in it length better tan 0.0015" or 0.04mm solid heavy and very nicely finished , just required disassembly and cleaning of anti corrosion oil before use

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Qiangsheng Luban No 7 Jointer Plane - Bedrock Pattern

Rutlands
Part No. DK1341
£209.95 inc. vat

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