Definition of Router plane
1. Noun. A woodworking plane with a narrow cutting head that will make grooves with smooth bottoms.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Router Plane
Literary usage of Router plane
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Machine Shop Catechism: Consisting of Over 1000 Carefully Selected Questions by American machinist (1913)
"Q.—What is the router plane used for? A.—It is used for smoothing out sunk panels, letting in rapping plates, and for various depressions below the general ..."
2. The Work of the Railway Carman by Edmond K. Hogan, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America (1921)
"After cutting with the chisel, the mechanic levels the bottom of the groove at the required depth with the router plane. The router plane has a narrow blade ..."
3. Trade Foundations Based on Producing Industries (1919)
"To smooth the bottom of a groove or dado, the router-plane may be used. Dadoes, grooves and panels may be cut with this plane, but the cutter must be ..."
4. Handwork in Wood by William Noyes (1910)
"605 3.90 12 Extra Jack-Plane Cutters (No. 5), 2" 3.60 1 Stanley Beading Rabbet and Matching Plane, No. 45 5.85 1 Stanley Router-Plane ..."