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The latest Lee Valley Woodworking Newsletter (Vol. 4, Issue 5, May 2010) has a great article on how Konrad Sauer reproduced a handled badger plane. Badger planes, “generally considered to be Scottish in origin,” have a blade that is both skewed and rotated (about 10°) so the blade exits out of one side of the plane allowing it to cut rebates.

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