Next, a stepped wedge block is inserted in the case...
...and slid to the right to fully restrain the two planes.
The last plane to go in is another bullnosed rabbet plane that
a cut coarser than the other two planes.
The sliding case lid clears the top of the shoulder plane by
of an inch. Obviously this takes precise measurement when the
of the case are laid out and prepared for joining.
The end of the box has a 1918 English penny for an
identification icon so
I will know what is in the case when it is stacked with others
on a shelf.
This photo shows the completed case containing three planes
ready for placing on a shelf.
James E. Price