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  1. Hand Plane Till

    Just recently finished my first workbench and figured I needed to make a till for my hand planes. Made of 1/2" and 3/4" baltic birch with 1/8" maple trim. I intentionally left plenty of room for future hand planes that I will undoubtedly need soon.
  2. Handplane Till Build

    Hi, this is a very simple project with a bit of embellishment with the veneered slanted panel that holds the planes. The background could also be tongue and grooved pieces or even a simple piece of plywood. I coated the entire project with polyurethane. As always, stay safe in your shop and...
  3. Handplane and chisel till/cabinet

    This is my first major hand-tool project. A Cabinet/till storage for my user Stanley planes and Chisels. Mostly made from rough saw air dried ash. Some (crate) scavenged oak and ash. Drawers are faced with cherry and birch knobs. It features (my first) hand cut dove tails and (my first) hand...
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