|Planing out - Course: Manual Woodworking Techniques. Trainees' Handbook of Lessons|
Planing of narrow faces of end-grained wood places special demands on the trainees; it is effected by means of the double plane (long narrow faces are planed by the trying plane) with:
- sharp plane iron,
- precisely adjusted thickness of shavings.
Rectangular narrow faces of end-grained wood are planed by short planing pushes from the two outer sides inwards.
Do not push the plane too far beyond the centre of the face otherwise the fibres would tear out!
The flatness and squareness to all sides of the narrow face are checked by:
- an applied straightedge
- a 90° steel square placed against the wide and narrow faces.
Inclined narrow cut faces are worked only in the direction of the ascending wood grain.