NOS set of 18 cutters blades iron for Stanley 12-250 wood plane dado bead sash
December 26, 2019
On one set of 18 cutters or blades or irons for a Stanley 12-250 wood plough or plow plane as pictured. Condition is New Old Stock, meaning that they are new and unused, but that they have been sitting around for a while. Some of the beading cutters have picked up a bit of rust up in the area where they are labeled. The plastic package is intact, but these tend to tear or cut easily, and some of the pockets are dirty from dirt brought in with the cutters. The plastic package has “18 pc plane cutter set” handwritten in Sharpie on the back. Each cutter is marked with the STANLEY notched rectangle logo, with the size, and with a part number that begins with 12-3 and ends with 2 more digits that vary with the size. 12 dado cutters: 4 mm, 6 mm, 9 mm, 12 mm, 1/8″, 3/16″, 1/4″, 5/16″, 3/8″, 1/2″, 5/8″, and 7/8″. 1 match or tongue cutter 1/4. 5 beading cutters: 1/8″, 3/16″, 1/4″, 3/8″, and 1/2. Will these cutters fit in my US made Stanley 45 you ask. I’ve seen some online opinions that say no, but I don’t believe everything I read online. The cutters listed here are each about 3-3/8 long, and about. 115 thick plus or minus a few thousandths, measured with calipers. The notches vary a bit for length (measured parallel to the length of the cutter) and vary a lot for depth (how far they are cut into the edge of the cutter). I measured a variety of cutters from a US made Stanley 45. The US cutters are of course longer, more like 3-5/8″ or 3-3/4″. The thickness varied from about. 125, with most of them closer to. I would say in general that the US cutters have shorter notches, notches that are more consistent for depth and that are in the middle of the range of depth for the British cutters, and the US notches are closer to the upper edge of the cutter. And of course the US notches are on the same side as the British notches. You can draw your own conclusions, but I got one of these British cutters to clamp up in a US made 45 with no difficulty, other than running the adjuster down lower. Worst case, you might have to modify the notch slightly. (but see below if you are in Canada). I sell what I enjoy, and I collect antique woodworking tools and I enjoy photography! The queue is overflowing with tools right now, as they seem to be finding me faster than I can list them. So please keep watching my auctions as I have LOTS more to list! Or if there is something specific that you are looking for, please let me know so that I can get it listed for you to consider. Searching my listings: I have lots to see! That will lead you to my extensive system of categories. You might ask: How can I know when you start new listings? Descriptions, and auctions with pictures only of the left side because the right side was trashed. I come from the handshake school of doing business, and hopefully you are like me and understand what that means. What goes around, comes around. However, that doesn’t mean that I won’t make an occasional mistake. The US Post Office has five sizes of their Flat Rate boxes, plus padded Flat Rate envelopes. Please don’t ask, the answer is no. So I wont do that for you, or to you. Every year the US Postal Service raises rates in mid to late January, and this year is no exception. These charges are the buyers responsibility. PACKAGING: Please check my feedback — I package well. I hope someday I will meet some of you as we trudge the happy road of tool collecting! If you have questions about anything I have listed, especially about how to pay for your new treasure, please ask. The item “NOS set of 18 cutters blades iron for Stanley 12-250 wood plane dado bead sash” is in sale since Wednesday, December 25, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Tools, Hardware & Locks\Tools\Carpentry, Woodworking\Planes”. The seller is “jlhf1″ and is located in Kenmore, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Brand: Stanley