THT28101 Rabbet Pliers 10″/250mm

THT28101 Rabbet Pliers 10″/250mm

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Why use THT28101 Rabbet Pliers 10″/250mm?

THT28101 Rabbet Pliers

THT28101 Rabbet Pliers 10″/250mm  (American English) or rebate (British English) is a recess or groove cut into the edge of a piece of machinable material, usually wood.

An example of the use of a rabbet is in a glazing bar where it makes provision for the insertion of the pane of glass and putty. It may also accommodate the edge of the back panel of a cabinet. It is also used in door and casement window jambs, and for shiplap planking. A rabbet can be used to form a joint with another piece of wood (often containing a dado).

Rabbet joints are easy to construct and have good appeal to them. They are simple to use in carpentry based work but can be doubtful when it comes to the strength of the joint. Nails and screws can be added to help increase the overall strength.

Size:10″/250 mm
Cr-V, black finish and polish
With plastic handle
Packed by PP hanger

In it’s simplest form, the rabbet plies is just a recess cut across the end or down the edge of a workpiece into which another board is glued. Like most other woodworking joints though, the rabbet has it’s variations. The rabbet or rebate joint is often mistakenly called a rabbit pliers.

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