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Plane used to make tongues and grooves
Plane used to make tongues and grooves
Tongues and grooves
The Stanley 55 combination plane can act as a plow plane.

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.

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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)