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Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane

Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
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  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane
  • Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane

Rob Cosman's Drawer Bottom Plane

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When I was making custom furniture I made and used my own planes to cut drawer bottom grooves.  The plane was easier and more precise than using a machine.  When I started teaching I made a few planes for my students and when I featured it on my drawer making DVD I began to get a lot of requests for them.  Now you can have one too.

  •  This plane cuts a 1/4" groove 3/8" up from the reference edge and 1/4" deep.

  • The body is made from Birch or Maple

  • The blade is 3/16" thick and 1/4" wide.

  • The iron fits closely in the mortise to minimize set up time. 

  • Easy to set up: get the blade close, set the wedge hand tight, tap the blade to the desired setting and seat the wedge with a light tap. 

  • Tapping the rear of the plane will release the wedge. 

  • Best of all, nice and quiet!

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BW
05/21/2020
Bob W.
United States United States
Great Pair of Tools

These are a great set of specialty planes to have. Why the pair and not just one for hand dominance well I like to always with the grain and although it works with the grain either way, it's easier and you get a btter finish with the grain. Very well made, The plane blade is good quality steel, I didn't even touch it on the stones before trying it out. It cut great. It's the perfect tool for the job. I highly recommend it if you're using another plane for the task. I especially like it being set up 3/8" from the bottom. easier to hide in half blind dovetails

TS
04/30/2020
Tommy S.
United States United States
Drawer bottom plane

Have only “tested” it on oak and pine. It worked great right out of the box. Love it!

DB
03/22/2020
David B.
United States United States
First wooden plane

Going to use it on an upcoming project I have practiced with it since getting it and it works very nicely

PH
03/16/2020
Paul H.
Canada Canada
Plane

This thing works great In the middle of a box and don't have to worry about bottom cause of it

JG
01/27/2020
John G.
United States United States
Drawer Botton Plane

I have had this plane for only a few weeks, but in that time I have found it to perform with a facility worthy of its maker. It is so much better than a router (at this particular task): simple, quiet, fast and effective. And it is both stout and handsome—rather like Rob himself.