The world´s smallest plane
The world`s smallest plane: At a mere 12 mm long and 4 mm blade width, this is the smallest functional plane ever to be manufactured in series. Used by violinmakers for hollowing surfaces. Brass body with curved sole, rosewood wedge. Ebony case.
Blade thickness 0.9 mm.
Herdim® Finger planes – the original
Our Herdim®-planes have been developed together with violinmakers more than 20 years ago. Materials and its function are under constant improvement process. Small planes with brass corpus. Slight side faces to work close to the edge, thick sole, which can be worked if required. High quality blade – approx. 60 HRC.
Blade width 4 mm, Blade thickness 0.9 mm, Length 12 mm, Weight 3 g