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Mini Router Plane Bennington VT

The Veritas small router plane is a much nicer tool than the old Stanley 271, which it's modeled after. Its base measures 3-1/4 in. wide by 2-1/4 in. deep. The blade may be reversed for bullnose work.

The Home Depot
(802)447-9997
121 N Bennington Rd
Bennington, VT
Hours
Mon-Sat: 6:00am-9:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-7:00pm

H. Greenberg and Son
802-442-3131
321 Main St. Bennington, VT, 05201
Bennington, VT
 
W W Building Supply
(802) 464-3022
Route 100
Wilmington, VT
 
Carr Hardware True Value
(413) 663-6600
192 State Street
North Adams, MA
 
Miles True Value Lbr.
(802) 375-2525
178 Chittenden Dr
Arlington, VT
 
H. Greenberg & Son Inc.
(802) 442-3131
321 Main Street
Bennington, VT
 
Hoosick True Value Hardware
(518) 686-7238
21953 Ny 22
Hoosick Falls, NY
 
Deerfield Valley Supply
(802) 464-3364
211 Route 9 W
Wilmington, VT
 
H. Greenberg & Son Inc
(413) 664-4576
1366 Curran Highway
North Adams, MA
 
Stanleys Lumber & Building Supplies
(413) 743-0831
20 N Summer St
Adams, MA
 

Mini Router Plane

Mini Router Plane

 

    

Sometimes setting up a big electric router to do a small job is like swatting flies with a backhoe. What you may prefer, of course, is a simple hand tool that gets the job done with a minimum of fuss. The Veritas Small Router Plane, is just such a tool: elegant, well-designed, and a pleasure to use. So what would you actually use it for? Hinge and lockset mortises, for example. Often, you only have a few of these to make, so using a chisel to outline the mortise and a router plane to clean out the mortise's bottom can be faster than using power tools. Plus, you can easily make square corners. The Veritas small router plane is a much nicer tool than the old Stanley 271, which it's modeled after. Its base measures 3-1/4 in. wide by 2-1/4 in. deep. The blade may be reversed for bullnose work.

Source
Lee Valley, 800-267-8735, www.leevalley.com, Veritas Small Router Plane, #05P38.50, $49.


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