With a tongue-shaped handle.
The Stanley company produced the No. 101 block plane between 1877 and 1962. The tool enjoyed great popularity among musical instrument and fine furniture makers due to its small size and excellent function. The Herdim No. 101 reproduction is based on that classic, is however fitted with a thicker blade to improve performance. The thicker walls of the brass body give the plane the necessary heft even when performing detail work, make it very comfortable to use and avoids rust spots on the workpiece.
Body 82 x 32 mm
Blade width 24 mm
Blade thickness 2.2 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.
Body 82 x 32 mm, Blade width 24 mm, Blade thickness 2.2 mm, Weight 230 g.