Used to flatten, reduce the thickness of, and impart a smooth surface to a rough piece of timber.
A small plane designed for cutting across end grain.
A tool to smooth and true wood surfaces, consisting of a blade fastened in frame at an angle with hand grips to slide it along the board.
A hand plane related to and similar to a rebate plane but with a low cutting blade angle mainly used for planing end the grain of shoulder joints in tennons.
A power-fed rotary planer that trims the surface of a board to a certain thickness.