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A grooving plane, plow plane, or plough plane is a plane to make grooves and (with some of the metal versions) some of them make small rabbets. They are traditionally used for drawer bottoms or rear walls.
John A. Moody (Author) American Cabinetmaker's Plane, Its Design and Development: 1700-1900 Hardcover: 248 pages Publisher: Tool Box (December 1981) Language: English ISBN 0960654801 ISBN 978-0960654802
Wooden Plow Planes: A Celebration of the Planemakers' Art by Donald Rosebrook, Dennis Fisher (Illustrator) ISBN 9781931626118 Publisher: Astragal Press Publication date: 6/1/2003 Pages: 322 Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 0.80 (d)
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