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A dock plane is a type of woodworking plane that is designed to be used to make docks. Rabbits (not to be confused with rabbits) are grooves cut into the edge of a piece of wood to create a joint or necessary space. For example, a mortise can be cut into a window frame to accommodate the glazing, or a mortise can be used to make a very simple corner joint. Rabbets are one of the first cuts woodworkers learn to make because they are relatively simple and can be used in a variety of ways.
This plane, also known as a bounce plane, features a small, sharp piece of metal attached to a wooden or plastic handle. The metal is placed at a slight angle, allowing one to cut sharply and sharply to create a clean L-shaped groove. People can adjust the depth of cut by varying the pressure on the plane. A closely related woodworking plane is the chisel plane, and some mortise planes can be converted to chisel planes as needed. Some designs also have features designed to make turning easier.
The term “rabbet” comes from a French word, rabbat, used to refer to a recess. Rabbets can be cut with routers and other woodworking tools in addition to plans. Airplanes are used by people who like to do their work manually or who are working on a project where another tool may not be entirely suitable. Learning to make good rabbets by hand takes practice with a rabbet plane to get the feel of the plane and learn how to handle it properly.
Typically, the rabbet plane is sold fully sharpened and ready to use out of the box. As the blade dulls, it will need to be sharpened periodically to continue running smoothly. Resharpening can be tricky because of the angle and size of the blade, with some woodworkers preferring to send in tools to sharpen to ensure it is done correctly. Some companies include sharpening guides with their fitting plans so woodworkers know what to do and you can also buy replacement blades.
Many hardware vendors and stores that stock woodworking tools sell plug-in planes. These planes come in many different sizes for various tasks. When selecting a rabbet plane, people may want to think about how it will be used. For novice woodworkers who are not sure which mortise plan would be best suited for them to start with, team members can provide advice based on their experience and the type of carpentry someone will be doing. Woodworking instructors also often have tool tips.