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  1. Quangsheng Luban No. 91 Small Shoulder Plane

    The Quangsheng Luban No.91 shoulder plane is literally a ‘shrunk in the wash’ smaller version of the No.92, but at this scale the design works astonishingly well. Narrower and lighter than a Preston 1368 and its derivatives (Record/Clifton 410, Lie Nielsen etc), the Quangsheng, in proportional terms, feels much closer to the original slender cabinetmakers shoulder planes developed by James Syme of London. The long lever extends b...
  2. Quangsheng Luban No. 92 Shoulder Plane


    The Quangsheng Luban shoulder plane is a very precisely engineered tool.

    The body is cast from the same unbreakable CR40 alloy steel as the bench planes, it is accurately ground to a fine finish and extremely square.

    The mouth is adjustable, which in conjunction with exceptionally smooth blade adjustment gives a complete control over the cut. The adjuster is based on the same low ratio mechanism used for Quangsheng type 3...

  3. Quangsheng Luban No. 93 Large Shoulder Plane

    The Quangsheng Large Shoulder Plane is a broader heavier version of the other Quangsheng shoulder planes. Like its siblings it has an adjustable mouth and a super smooth Type 3 adjustment mechanism similar to those found on the current model block planes. 8-1/4" long and 1" wide the large shoulder plane tips the scales at 1.8Kg or just over 4lbs. The body is cast from CR40 steel and precisely ground for squareness and truth. The swan neck leve...
  4. Quangsheng Luban No. 22 Bronze Infill Mitre Plane


    Designed for accurate trimming, particularly on endgrain, the mitre plane is one of the oldest types of handplane. Often used in conjunction with a shooting board, the high sides of the mitre plane provide excellent registration, mitre planes have an incredibly tight mouth to keep the plane correctly engaged as it reaches the end of the workpiece..

    The Luban No.22 differs from 19th century infill mitre planes in that it has a movable f...

  5. Quangsheng No. 101 Small Block Plane


    The baby of the block plane world, the 101 is just plain adorable! 

    The original Stanley 101 was intended for children, but the tiny plane proved so popular with modelmakers, patternmakers, musical instrument makers and other serious craftsmen that Stanley had to make some quick changes to their advertising.

    The Quangsheng 101 is much better made tool with some important differences: cast in bronze, so it can't rust,...

  6. Quangsheng Luban No. 102 Bronze Apron Plane

    Regular Price: £59.50

    Special Price £56.53

    Cast in bronze, this delightful little block plane is traditionally carried in the apron pocket, ready for immediate and frequent use. Compact and easy to use with one hand, it has a 25 degree T10 bevel up blade bedded at 12 degrees. Like it's larger cousins it has a 'smoother than liquid chocolate' low ratio type 3 adjuster. In the early stages of a piece, an apron plane might be used to make small adjustments to the ends of squared timbe...
  7. Quangsheng No. 043 Plough Plane


    Investment cast stainless steel replaces cast iron in this redesign of the classic No. 043 plough plane.

    The essence of the tool as a simple, fast, quiet way to create grooves for drawer bottoms, back panels, windowsills, picture frames etc is retained. But with better materials and a bit of lateral thinking, a few notable improvements have been made.

    The greater strength of steel and a clever rethink of the rear fence rod hole...

  8. Quangsheng 25 deg blade for Luban No.101 Pocket Plane

    3mm thick T10 apron plane iron hardened to RC60-63 to fit the Quangsheng Luban No.102 Apron Plane. Supplied with the standard bevel angle of 25 degrees....
  9. Quangsheng 25 deg blade for Luban No.102 Apron Plane

    3mm thick T10 apron plane iron hardened to RC60-63 to fit the Quangsheng Luban No.102 Apron Plane. Supplied with the standard bevel angle of 25 degrees....
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