How to Make a Chamfer Plane / Corner Easing Plane
How to Make a Chamfer Plane / Corner Easing Plane
How often do you find a project with a very sharp corner edge that needs to get rounded over or planed down slightly? I often grab a small block plane to add the bevel, but then I have to check the blade depth and often adjust it and wish I had a corner plane that I could just grab, to “knock down” a sharp corner, and in this video, that is what I am making, an edge chamfer plane. This will be a great addition to your hand tools.
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GRAZIE !! bell’orologio 😉 …e se volessi fare un angolo con raccordo di raggio 2 o 3 mm? grazie
I am sure you will find a good way to do this on the Woodglut website.
great work ! Thanks for sharing your knowledge ! God bless
Hey Colin! Great project! Can you send me the rest of that jointer blade so I can make one? Lol!! Thanks for sharing!!
It looks good, and I bet you were glad that you had the scrap pieces to make it with because it’s hard to throw stuff away, I always think if I thow stuff away and then one day I’m looking for a little scrap piece either to add to something I’m making or to assist me in making something and I’ve thrown it out then I’m going to have to waste a new piece of wood because I had no scraps left
Glen from the UK
I have a timber frame home with 1 inch chamfers. I have about 6 lineal feet of chamfers the timber framers missed. Would a modified version of your plane. A 1 inch router bit is costs a packet.
I’ll definitely be making one of those, thanks Colin
Thank you 🙏
Wow nice project. See if I can make one.
You’re ingenuity, amazing…. you’re intelligence, astounding…. you’re perseverance, astonishing!!!!! Continue on fine sir, continue on
If you put a hole in the middle where the blade intersects the “V” Grove the shavings will exit out the top like a regular plane. Great job, works great.
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Pretty slick tool you made there. I like it! Thank you
Very Cool tool Sir an thanks for the knowledge.
Hi Colin. Do You have in your video list the grinder stand shown in the minute 5:11 of this video? Where can I see the diagram? I want to make my own. Thanks
Colin is so smart.
Nkce champher-plane/edge trimmer. Does the overhang for the front screws seem strong enough to last?
I liked your watch ⌚
With all do respect sir, respect your hand plane & never lay it str8 up. Lay it on it side as to protect the blade. Good video though.✌️
Great home made tool. Thanks for showing us how to do it.
I guess I know what I am doing in the morning!
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Maybe put the blade in deeper and use longer screws for better bite into the meat of the wood. Just trying to help for the next model! ☺
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it looks like a mean little whale
To find which way the grain was going, does the darker loops get smaller in that direction? Shabbat shalom
You are a genius. I enjoy watching your videos.
Simple but awesome gadget. I most certainly have a use for it to chamfer wood and just maybe aluminium.
Good job! I think I would have left more "meat" where the screws go, seems like it will break off there, but for the first try sounds like it’s working. Unless it is Hard wood and wont break like the end grain of pine.
Could you use a Stanley knife blade if you can’t lay your hands on an old jointer blade
Great little project. Loved it.
A great little device, something I will have to make. Thanks Colin
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NICE JOB !!! … I WILL DO ONE TO MYSELF !!!
Do you have a video for your grinder jig? And great video, love the pace.
Update: Ok you do, that’s awesome, thanks for sharing your experience with us!
I’ve been looking for a good corner plane to round the edges of 1 x 4’s for door trim. Some planes have bad reviews and I’m tired of using an 1/8th inch roundover bit and routing. You have to keep moving the clamps and flipping the board etc. Lot’s of dust in the air. etc.
My prefered…..especially with a hole for chips!! Thks.
Surely with your 45* “frog” your bevel should be down?
thats an awsome jig man, you are so creative!
Thanks for sharing. love your drill! I’m a Milwaukee guy too.
Hi Colin, wow – good job – thanks from Germany 👍👍👍
I love this edge trimmer! I think I can get the parts, but I am curious about where you put the blade. Would the blade also work in the middle of the block? I’m thinking that if the block were longer, the chamfer would be more consistent like a plane if the blade were further back so the device is firmly fit on the board.
Seeing it built in person might be different as I am going by what I see with the camera angle.
Thank you. Excellent idea and I have already experienced usages for one of these. Wish I already had it a few days ago, LOL
you explain things very easily to learn, thank you!