HOW TO BUILD a Modular Woodworking Plane Till | Free Plans!

HOW TO BUILD a Modular Woodworking Plane Till | Free Plans!

How to Build a French Cleat Woodworking Plane Till that is both Modular and Expandable as your Stanley Wood Plane Collection Grows – Free Plans!
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Free Plans for the Modular Plane Till:

If anyone is interested in a deeper dive into planes and their history check out @Rex Krueger channel ‘Rex Figures it Out’. He has a lot of great content on planes and their usage.

Magnets I used: DIYMAG Neodymium Round Base Cup Magnet,60LBS Strong Rare Earth Magnets with Heavy Duty Countersunk Hole

Labels I used: Headline Sign 31911 Stick-On Vinyl Letters and Numbers, Black, 3/4-Inch:

Tools I Own and Personally Recommend:

Riveco Work Apron (the one I wear):

iGaging 4″ & 6″ Double Square Set:

Glass Polish 15901 Hand Sanding Block, Handheld Sanding Holder with Hook & Loop Fastener –

Dewalt Right Angle Attachment:

FastCap “Righty/Lefty” Tape Measure:

Bosch Self-Centering Drill Bit Set:

Amana Tool – (55227) Carbide Tipped 82° Countersink with Adjustable Depth Stop & No-Thrust Ball Bearing, 3/8 Dia x 1/8 Drill:

Dewalt 5″ Random Orbit Sander:

Dewalt XR Impact Driver:

KREG Circular Saw Track –

Silicone sheets to use for glue-ups and to protect work surfaces:

Wynn Environmental 35C222NANO Filter Kit:

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  1. Rockin’ R’s Woodshop on August 12, 2022 at 11:18 pm

    Nice dude! The magnets were a genius addition. I am so glad that YouTube threw you into my feed today!

  2. Rob on August 12, 2022 at 11:20 pm

    Seen 40 versions of the "plane till" and other plane storage solutions, this is by far the most practical and user-friendly I’ve seen. Love it. Enjoying your content, thanks for doing it.

  3. Jackie Pousson on August 12, 2022 at 11:53 pm

    Love it! Finally a safe place for planes. Now chisels…..