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Frequently, many of these so-called “innovations” were surface changes that didn’t necessarily make the product better or easier to use. Interestingly, the planes that were not especially popular back in the day are the most valuable ones to contemporary collectors—they were only produced for around 15 years as opposed to the 60- or 70-year run of a normal Stanley product. 45 combination plane, which is like a plow plane but also cuts various curved molding forms. 45 was produced between 18, and is still used by woodworkers. 7 Jointer Plane 21.5'' Stanley No 2 Bench Plane To Use Or Restore Vintage Stanley No 45 Woodworking Carpentry Plane And Metal Box With Cutters Stanley Bailey No.Thanks to this policy, Stanley released more than 300 plane models. When Stanley released an improvement on the model, the No. 7 Plane , Made In England Stanley No 2101a-10 In Bell System B Ratchet Brace-vintage Hand Tool-drill-u.s.a Stanley No.From what I can glean from the web, it's a #5 plane. That being said I have used one and they really arent that bad of a plane.Not as good as Stanley's Bailey line though due to rougher castings/machining and the absence of a frog adjuster.Hopefully by answering a few questions about your plane you can determine which type it is.The flowchart starts by asking questions about the cast iron bed of your plane.They were very popular tools, especially with patternmakers and stairbuilders. Stanley's minister of propaganda, in a leaflet distributed with the tool, stated: "For surfacing the bottom of grooves or other depressions parallel to the surface of the work.There are many applications in pattern making cabinet work and in fact almost all kinds of woodworking that call for these tools.

It went for .99cents, I don't have the heart to belittle this tool that much, and the casting and mechanisms are solid, as is the sole and squared sides etc, I am hoping a Hock blade will fit or require little modification and we'll see what the .99 cent special will do, cripes it cost 10.70 to ship. I have a wartime #6 Stanley Bailey that has a plastic adjusting wheel. This type of plane is prone to chattering if pushed too hard.

And here you thought routers are the stuff of the modern workshop. They've been around much longer than the ab NORMal kind has, but these kind ain't the 'lectrical kind.

These kind are pushed or pulled, and are suited for smoothing the bottom of a groove, mortice, or whatever, which is lower than the general surface of the piece being worked.

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I just picked up a Stanley Defiance plane and really know next to nothing about it. In general Leach's Blood and Gore site is great for Stanley plane information: BG/stan0As I understand the Defiance planes were focused at the home owner and were not their better planes. Defiance was Stanley's economy line aimed at the everyday DIYer.