|Project by Douglas Bordner||posted 1908 days ago||7846 views||24 times favorited||25 comments|
Simple paint grade lumber plane till, utilizing yellow poplar, flame birch (Thanks, Dennis Zonker!), maple and Lowe’s birch plywood (eww). Constructed with biscuits, pocket screws and Miller mini dowels. The design allows the planes to rest at a 10° angle to the wall, and is held up with a 35°/55° French cleat and 1/4˝ lag screws.
After mounting it I decided to kerf the left side to store card scrapers at eye level. I mis-lay them nearly as often as my pencils.
If you find that you need one of these (based on a design by Thos. Angle)
you are a ways down the famed slippery slope of Neanderthalism.
-- "Bordnerizing" perfectly good lumber for over a decade.