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Veritas Combination Plane Beading Blade PM-V11 - 1/2"

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  • Made of PM-V11 steel with a 35° bevel angle
  • Produces 1/2" (12.7mm) wide bead
  • Lapped blade back, only requires minimal honing
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This beading blade produces a 1/2" (12.7mm) wide bead with a 1/16" (1.6mm) groove or quirk on each side. When setting the Combination plane, move the sliding section so that it supports the outside edge of the blade. Adding a bead to a tongue-and-groove joint minimises the visual effect of expansion and contraction. To cut an edge bead where you do not want the quirk, position the fence tangent to the bead.

Made of PM-V11 steel it has a 35° bevel angle. PM-V11 is highly resistant to dulling or damage from wear and impact. These blades can take a keen edge and hold it through extended use. PM-V11 is as easy to sharpen as A2 tool steel using water stones or other common sharpening methods. The lapped back only requires a light honing before use. It can perform right-hand or left-hand cuts, simply by changing the combination plane’s fence from one side to the other.

If you own a Veritas small plough plane or a Record 405 or Stanley 45/55, you may already have a collection of blades that you can use in the Veritas combination plane.

Made in Canada.

Key Features

  • Made of PM-V11 steel with a 35° bevel angle
  • Produces 1/2" (12.7mm) wide bead
  • Lapped blade back, only requires minimal honing
  • Made in Canada

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