It’s been about 20 years since I’ve built an infill plane. But when I saw this miter plane kit from Daed Toolworks, I knew I wanted to make another. It’s a miter plane that is sized similar to Bill Carter’s small miters. And Raney has figured out how to make the kit as easy as possible. The sidewalls are copper (easy to bend). The kit comes with a bending form. The infill can be installed with epoxy (no steel pins). And the price is reasonable ($385).
I’m going to start building it in week or two and will show my progress here. As always, this is not sponsored. I pay full retail for every tool.
— Christopher Schwarz