A plane for smoothing the surfaces of pieces which are to be accurately joined
The longest plane used by a joiner.
A long stationary plane, for planing the edges of barrel staves.
A tool for pointing the joints in brickwork.
a long carpenter's plane used to shape the edges of boards so they will fit together
a machine that flattens wood and straightens the edge
a planer of sorts, but rather than planing to a set thickness, it uses flat infeed and outfeed tables to make boards flat
a power tool that planes the surface smooth
a power woodworking tool that is used to smooth and square boards, also called surfacing boards
a very nice tool to have
A woodworking machine designed to straighten and square a board's edge.
A tool used for making grooves or control joints in concrete surfaces to control cracking. (See Control Joint)
This tool, which resembles a steel trowel with a lengthwise ridge on its underside, is used to make grooves or control joints in slabs of new concrete. These control joints allow the slab to expand and contract without cracking. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
A tool for filling the cracks between courses of stone in masonry. A long planer to straighten the edges of boards. A tool for heading a joint.
1. A metal hand tool used to cut a joint partly through fresh concrete. 2. In masonry, a tool used by bricklayers to form the various types of mortar joints between the courses of masonry, as the V, the concave, and weather joints. 3. An electrically powered machine for making joints.
1. Hand tool, also called a groover, which is used to form an indentation or groove, in wet concrete. 2. Power tool which smoothes wood for precise joints with rotating cutter blades.
A wood planing machine that planes one edge or surface of a board at a time to a predetermined thickness.