The body of this Lie-Nielsen 60-1/2 block plane is ground flat and square to a tolerance of less than .001 in. and features a moveable shoe for precise and easy control over the mouth opening. The bronze cap iron is tensioned with a 1 1/2 in. brass spinwheel. Blade on the Low Angle tool is bedded at 12°, the Standard Angle at 20°. Blades are ground with a 25° flat bevel.
With the cutter is set at an angle of 13 1/2° and is adjustable for depth of cut, Groz Tool's BP-605 is a small economically-priced block plane useful for working on end-grain and small scale chamfering and planing jobs
The Stanley 12-920 Bailey block plane has a fully adjustable cutter that rests at 21° and adjusts to 13 1/2°. It has a quick-release cam-lock that makes iron removal easy and with finger grips machined in the side, it's a comfortable tool in your hand.