Work Shop Organization #6: Hand Plane Storage

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Blog entry by ChickenChaser posted 11-18-2015 12:06 PM 1033 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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So I’ve got a couple of hand planes I need to store

I’ve gathered these over the last decade, from garage and estate sales. Rarely paid more than $5-10 for them. Except the 45’s that were $35, one of them even had all the blades.

I started with the router plane. and the Stanley 78’s. For the router plane just drilled some holes in a board, added some dowels. The holes in the top hold the extra blades.

Here they are hung up on the wall. Just cut out some 2×4 in the shape of the handles for the rabbit planes.

For the rest, I searched around for a till I liked and came accross I liked the hing so I made my own. Mine isn’t near so nice. But all I had was some construction pine ply, and mdf.

I think it’s a good use of space, and I can even hang a few thinks on the sides. Like my scraper planes

I really like how it looks, and will be looking for some better boards to make a nicer one in the future.

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#1 posted 11-19-2015 11:04 AM

Cool storage solution for a bunch of treasures…...nice work!

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