When I first started making my wooden planes , I remember saying to myself that this design would make a good infill-style plane. Now I know I was right!
I am offering the planes with 3 different side materials: regular steel, stainless steel, and brass. All the soles use 0-1 tool steel. These are all precision surface ground or milled precisely flat.
For the steel and stainless steel, the sides are 10 gauge and the sole is 7/32″. For the brass sides are 1/8″.
The infill wood is mesquite in all of them. We really like mesquite as a plane wood, both for its beauty and also for the fact that it has one of the lowest volumetric shrinkage numbers of any wood in the world, which is what you need for an infill wood.