Woodwork Stanley No 45 combination plane


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Antique Stanley No 45 plane – what a beauty with its cast iron flowers  and leaves on the main body.  I dont think it has all the attachments.Dont hesitate to ask any questions.

Internet information:      #45 Combination plane 10 1/2″L (11 1/2″ 1897 on), various widths (see below), 9 1/2lbs, 1884-1962.

This is Stanley’s most famous and popular combination plane. A combination plane is one that can be fitted with different irons, or cutters, as Stanley called them, and be adjusted for a particular cut. The basic #45 can groove, rabbet, dado, match (tongue and groove), bead (edge and center), slit, and cut sash. With the special bottoms and cutters, which were purchased separately from the basic model, the plane can do simple moldings, nosing, reeding, and fluting. The images that follow (in order) show a catalog cover, a Type 1 model, a close-up of the Type 1’s fence, a Type 5 in its original rare green box, the commonly missing parts, the two style of cam rests, and an earlier wooden carrier for all the cutters.




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