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I_bin_framed_I_tells_ya.jpgframed17 viewsI bin framed, I tells ya!
still have a few grooves to cut, all the rails and stiles have been fit together.
dlarue
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Setup_to_hold_blade_true~0.JPGSetup to hold blade true55 viewsOldSneelock
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EC_Atkins_Back_Saw_Left_Side.JPGEC Atkins Back Saw32 viewsOldSneelock
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The_fix--Bridle_joints.JPGCutting bridle joints out of the failed round mortises83 viewsSgt42RHR
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100_5169.jpg82 viewsRear jaw only - showing it clamped in the face vice. The screws are a nomunal 1-1/4" - a lilttle under - and the holes are 1-1/4". When tightening up, just lift the handles a tad for the final grab and the jaws line up just right.Ruby
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hollyshave3.jpgLaying out the blade position on the shave blank175 viewsWith the mounting holes drilled, next step is to scribe the blade on the body and chisel out the waste.Charlie Driggs
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IMG_20160704_165216609.jpgWater tank strap bolts1 viewsthe outside view. nicknayloOct 16, 2017
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IMG_20160704_165323751.jpgWater tank strap bolts1 viewsfor possibly wrapping an anvil stumpnicknayloOct 16, 2017
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square_old.jpgsquare with potential1 viewsSeen better days. Including the day some hamfisted goof drilled a hang hole and blew out the back side of the hole. dlarueOct 15, 2017
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square_new.jpgrehabbed square1 viewssome rosewood glued into the cracks and splits, a machinists scraper to bring everything level, then fine sandpaper and a buffing with some wax.dlarueOct 15, 2017
hammer1.jpg
hammer1.jpgyet another view 72 viewsRegardless of what it says, is it engraved on stamped? Is it a maker's mark or an owner's mark?Sgt42RHROct 05, 2017
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Hammer2.jpganother view of marking on the head69 views*town* for sure as the last four lettersSgt42RHROct 05, 2017
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Hammer3.jpgview of marking on hammer head.58 viewsI see manuscript *antown* as the last letters, I can't quite make out the beginning letters. It almost appears that the lettering is engraved rather than stamped?Sgt42RHROct 05, 2017
Hammer4.jpg
Hammer4.jpgMystery Hammer head overview68 viewsNot terribly big (4 1/2-5"?). Sweet.Sgt42RHROct 05, 2017

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