At this link you will find the downloadable plans to make all of these sanding blocks for your workshop.
Follow along as Rob Stoakley designs and makes a wooden plane.
This simple wall storage rack keeps the saws out of the way but still easily accessible.
This 2 page document provides the templates for making the block plane that appears in the Australian Woodsmith magazine Issue 62. Go to this link and open up Issue 62 Block Plane CD.
If you have already made the jack plane featured on page 44 of Australian Woodsmith Issue 62, this block plane will be a piece of cake. Go to this link and open up Issue 62 Block Plane.
When it comes to building a big project like this classic oak tool cabinet, it can be a little intimidating. So I find it is helpful to step back and break it down into sections so you don not get overwhelmed by the details. That is what I did here. The tool cabinet is made up of four different elements: the case, doors, drawers, and trays. The cutting diagrams and materials list are available to download in this Online Extra.
Here are some pictures of my latest shop built tool. It is based upon the Sorby Texturing/Spiraling tool that sells for around 130.00 to 156.00. This shop built version cost me approximately 26.00 in materials, and about 2 hours to build.