What is the meaning of the furniture term Plane Wood?

The term plane wood refers to wood that has been smoothed or flattened using a hand plane or mechanical planing machine. It is a process of removing rough or uneven surfaces from the wood to create a smooth and level finish. Plane wood is typically used in furniture construction to provide a polished and refined appearance. Maple leafed, plane tree is the English sycamore. Very white, tough hardwood. Used for painted chairs and structures subject to strain.
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