- Central North Carolina
Ok, I'll accept the wedge for the plane, The long straight tapered edge on the right side is usually a curve or slight wave on a ticking stick, but at least you all know now what a ticking stick is, in case one should come along, or you find that you need to make one. In certain situations, there isn't a better way. I've never seen a wooden wedge in a plane with that shape of plane iron before. The iron is usually the full width of the cutting edge for it's full length.