Chisel Plane 2.0

I got a chance to get a little shop time in today and made an improved chisel plane. It is much longer than original and uses a wedge instead of a screw to secure the chisel.

If you’d like to make your own, I plan on posting the dimensions tomorrow. See the video!

Cheers,
Brian

5 Responses to “Chisel Plane 2.0”

  1. I want to thank you for sharing. I am at a frugal point in purchasing tools and cannot aford to buy a quality shoulder plane. I have a bunch of mortise and tennons to do over the next couple of months and wasn’t looking forward to all the hand fitting I was facing without having the proper tools. This chisel plane is a real christmas present. Thanks,
    Kimball

    • GarageWoodworks says:

      Cool! I hope you find it useful. The economy has definitely put a strain on my tool purchasing as well. Thanks for the comment!

  2. DavidHarms says:

    Very cool, thanks for publishing this! added to my project list.

  3. Rod M says:

    It’s great there are woodworkers wlling to share. Thanks for all you do to show othershow rewarding woodworking can be. I’ll be surfing a lot more on your site to see what I might be able to learn or build.

  4. Joe Beuckman says:

    Thanks for your approach to the shoulder plane. I mentioned this article in describing the one I made: http://beigerecords.com/joe/content/workbench-part-4

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