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The plane. Simply tradition.

The plane is generally regarded as a classic and traditional tool for woodworking. The hand plane is an indispensable tool for carpenters, joiner's and cabinetmakers, especially in surface processing and ambitious craftsmen.

The different hand planes at a glance:

Plaster plane

The plaster plane is similar to the double plane, with the difference that it is used for finishing hardwoods.

Double plane

The double planer is used for finishing flat and sensitive wood surfaces. This plane is particularly suitable for softwoods.

Router plane

Due to its narrow and elegant shape, the classic planer is ideally suited for processing window and door frames. This plane can be used for folding and grooving. To remember the difficult to reach narrow areas of the workpiece, the second step is to use a heel planer, which is significantly shorter and the cutting edge is at the front end. If you want to use these two functions in one wants, decides on the double ledge plane. If you also want a particularly fine result, you'll be happy with a slanted sash plane. Thanks to its pulling cut, the Much better removed.

Scrub plane

The roughing plane is suitable for processing coarse wood. It therefore does not deliver a fine result, but rather serves for coarse removal.

Roughing plane

Due to its length, the bench planer is ideal for straightening and finishing longer surfaces, regardless of the type of wood.

Wood planes

High quality hand planes from European production

The planes from the manufacturer Pinie are manufactured in the Czech Republic. They are very well processed and can be led very well. The hand planes from Pinie are equipped with a plane sole made of tough white beech equipped. The price/performance ratio can hardly be surpassed.

The planes from the renowned manufacturer E.C.E. are manufactured in Germany. The E.C.E. brand has been a household name in Germany and beyond for generations in carpentry and joinery. Wood planes, which are processed in the best way and can hardly be surpassed in precision. Premium planer for particularly good results.

We will be happy to advise you on the right choice of planes. To match, we recommend a high-quality workbench.

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Plane iron Premium for rough planes

182 x 60 x 8 mm incl. chip breaker
60 HRC

€24.89 *
PI-6-600-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Hand planer set #2, professional

Smoothing plane, double plane and rabbet plane in a set
With premium plane iron and precise fine adjustment

€164.70 *
SET-PIHOBEL-2

Delivery from 20.12.2021

Hand planer set #1, professional

Roughing plane, roughing bench and double plane in a set
With premium plane iron and precise fine adjustment

€175.00 *
SET-PIHOBEL-1

orderable, delivery week 52

Plane iron for rabbet plane 183 x 30 x 3 mm,...

183 x 30 x 3 mm for rabbet plane, professional

€22.51 *
PI-10-331P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

ECE PRIMUS - Hole punch without flap

For PRIMUS plaster and double planer

Surface ground | cutting edge hardened | ready for use

€23.82 *
EC-12-48

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

ECE PRIMUS - Plaster and double plane iron...

For PRIMUS plaster and double planer

Surface ground | cutting edge hardened | ready for use

€45.90 *
EC-12-K-48

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Smoothing plane Classic 48 mm

with white beech sole and 48 mm premium plane iron.

€40.20 *
PI-3A-48C-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Plane iron Premium for scrub planes

175 x 36 x 3 mm | chrome vanadium steel | 60 HRC

€23.99 *
PI-1-360P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Smoothing plane Premium 48 mm

with white beech sole and 48 mm premium plane iron.
with precise fine adjustment

€76.64 *
PI-3A-48P-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

ECE smoothing plane 104 p.48

Smoothing plane with 48 mm iron and hornbeam sole

€79.21 *
EC-104S48

Delivery time 3 Workdays

ECE PRIMUS - Smoothing plane 704

Smoothing plane with 48 mm iron and hornbeam sole

€151.32 *
EC-704

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Jack Plane Classic 48 mm

with white beech sole and 48 mm premium plane iron.

€40.23 *
PI-3-48C-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Jack Plane Premium 48 mm

with hornbeam sole and 48 mm premium plane iron.
with precise fine adjustment

€76.64 *
PI-3-48P-P

orderable, delivery week 51

ECE jack plane 103S48

Jack plane with 48 mm blade and hornbeam sole

€79.21 *
EC-103S48

Delivery time 3 Workdays

ECE PRIMUS - Jack plane 703

Jack plane with 48 mm blade and hornbeam sole

€144.10 *
EC-703

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Rabbet Plane beveled Classic 21 mm

with hornbeam sole and bevelled 21 mm premium plane iron.

€37.16 *
PI-10-21C-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Rabbet plane beveled Premium 21 mm

with hornbeam sole and bevelled 21 mm premium plane iron.
with adjustable plane mouth.

€82.81 *
PI-10-21P-P

Delivery time 60 Workdays

Rabbet Plane Classic 30 mm

with hornbeamh sole and 30 mm premium plane iron.

€26.81 *
PI-10-30C-P

Delivery time 60 Workdays

Rabbet Plane Premium 30 mm

with white beech sole and 30 mm premium plane iron.

€76.58 *
PI-10-30P-P

Delivery time 60 Workdays

ECE Rabbet Plane 10 S30

Rabbet plane with 30 mm iron. Made of hornbeam

€82.29 *
EC-10S30

Delivery time 3 Workdays

Plane iron Premium for plaster and double planes

182 x 48 x 8 mm incl. chip breaker
60 HRC

€19.90 *
PI-3-480-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

ECE PRIMUS - Rabbet Plane 710

Double rebate plane with 30 mm iron. Made of white beech

€156.64 *
EC-710

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Scrub Plane CLASSIC

with hornbeam sole and 36 mm premium plane iron.

€39.38 *
PI-1-36C-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Scrub Plane PREMIUM

with hornbeam sole and 36 mm premium plane iron.
with precise fine adjustment

€63.76 *
PI-1-36P-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

ECE Scrub Plane 106 S

Scrub plane with 33 mm iron and hornbeam sole

€75.84 *
EC-106S

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Jointers plane Classic 60 mm

with hornbeam sole and 60 mm premium plane blade.

€72.64 *
PI-6-6060C-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

Jointers Plane Premium 60 mm

with hornbeam sole and 60 mm premium blade.
with precise fine adjustment

€101.65 *
PI-P6-6060P-P

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

ECE Try Plane 101 S

Jointer plane with 60 mm iron and hornbeam sole

€156.69 *
EC-101S

Delivery time 1 - 2 days **

FAQs - Frequently asked questions about Wood planes

1. What is a hand plane used for?

Hand planes are used to generously remove, precisely level or finely finish wood surfaces. When finishing, the focus is always on the cleanly smoothed surface, which brings out the character of the wood in every detail.

2. ⭐ How does a plane work?

On a plane, the plane iron protrudes over the plane sole. The protruding edge is used to remove coarse to very fine chips from the surface of the wood. The protrusion is used to determine the chip thickness.

3. ❓ What basic equipment of planes do I need?

Due to the different application possibilities, this question cannot be answered in a general way. For the beginning, however, it certainly makes sense to purchase a plane for the preparatory work (e.g. roughing plane), one for the fine surfaces (e.g. plastering plane or double plane) and a small one-handed plane for adjustment work, chamfers, etc. 

4. ⚠️ What material is a plane made of?

Planes are made of wood or metal.

  • Wooden planes: are lighter and allow for less tiring work.
  • Metal planes: run more smoothly due to their higher dead weight, which is particularly advantageous for difficult grain.

The choice is up to the individual.

5. ➡️ What are the types of hand planes?

There are different planes for different applications. Below you will find a small selection:

 

  • Plastering planes/double planes: Versatile for all finishing and plastering work. Plaster and double planes produce smooth surfaces that often do not require any further treatment.
  • One-handed plane: Very useful for smoothing edges, finishing small surfaces, planing bevels and curves, and many other applications
  • Rebate plane: For finishing and creating rebates, working on narrow surfaces (e.g. mouldings) and for finishing tenons.
  • Base plane: For crafting grooves and other recesses in wood.
  • Jointers plane: Plane for planing and jointing wood. Straightens uneven surfaces due to its long design.
  • Roughing plane: Usually with a rounded edge, well-suited for preparing for planing with the roughing bench. The roughing plane is used on very uneven, rough surfaces. Can also be used for structuring wooden surfaces