Ok i would like to discuss bevels and plane iron edges.
This is a subject that stirs up a conversation with the hobbyist all the way to the hard core woodworker.
My main point I want to make is that most molding planes are bevel down. So that with the bevel on the back side it is a most that the iron be flat. If you are putting a bevel on both sides you are changing the cutting angle of the plane.
Also the geometry of the bevel on the iron is very important. From serving as a plane all the way to a scraper on the same iron and cutting stroke there is a lot going on with that bevel of your plane.
I hope all is well with each one of you!Please be careful. Some of the things I do are dangerous. It is not my fault if you get hurt. Use your brain, be safe.