Kerfing plane

The Kerfing plane is a tool used to make a kerf of the thickness of a saw blade (in this case 0.8 mm). This kerf it is use to guide the frame saw when resawing wood boards. The goal is to minimize deviations possible during later sawing.

This model is based on the popular model of Tom Fidge. It is made of quarter sawn beech. It carries an adjustable edge fence by means of two maple screws and two cherry and maple nuts. On the front support it has an ebony and Holly inlay.

All the metal parts (saw blade and brass screws) are from American saw maker Bad Axe Toolworks. It is finished with linseed oil.

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