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Galootaclaus-WC-2007-1.jpgGalootaclaus & other arrivals of the day177 viewsthe two large objects are magnetic tool / knife holders; the object on the upper right is a MF No. 1 circular / cigar shave from Patrick Leach. Charlie Driggs
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KnightKit_Jack_04.jpgKnightKit Throat156 viewsShavings clear easily. With cambered iron, this plane will be used for moderately rapid removal of stock. I'm not wild about the hex bolt in the lever cap (aesthetically speaking), but I've already found that something more than finger tight is needed when taking off pretty thick shavings. I'll be looking for another alternative, but may end up keeping this if functionality demands.Chuck Myers
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Cheney_4.JPGCheney59 viewsmartyr54
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Flea_Haul.JPGFlea Market Haul102 viewsA very successful ad hoc trip. Stearns cabinet scraper, Union hacksaw and two smithing tools lead the parade, along with some nice old automobile wrenches, miscellaneous hammers and other odds and ends.jjl134
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Tool_chest_with_tools.jpg192 viewsBeautiful tool chestjerkinsj
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infill_17.JPG17 inch infill28 viewslong infill, cast body, wedged iron.
Someone sanded the cr*p out of the wood, but left the body alone (thank goodness!). Mouth is too large, so I need to make a thicker iron for it.
dlarue
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jack-stone4.jpgTranslucent Arkansas Stone from Pike182 viewsAs seen with 100w of light behind it.madwing
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GearsA.jpgInnards141 viewsRed oak worm gear. Flat cherry gear.

The knob on the flat gear activates the springy wood piece that makes the "Pop" sound every 200 yards.
arne97

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Cabinet_front.jpgCabinet front closed120 viewsThe carcase and frame is all made from a single 40 year old air dried Appalachian black walnut board. The two panels are resawn and book matched from a single off cut of Indiana black walnut saved from the burn pile. The finish is four coals of 1-pound cut amber shellac, well rubbed out with 0000 steel wood after each coat. The whole is finished with a coat of Liberon brown paste wax. The knob is an ebony violin tuning peg. Closure is achieved by a rare earth magnet and a steel screw.Sgt42RHRJan 08, 2018
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cabinet_open_empty.jpgCabinet open and empty105 viewsThis is the inside showing the poplar back and the reverse of the book matched front panels. The hangers are 1 1/2 inch Tremont cut finishing nails set in pre-drilled holes with a dab of CA glue.Sgt42RHRJan 08, 2018
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Cabinet_open_full.jpgcabinet open full127 viewsHere are some of the reasons I built this cabinet which is attached to wall studs just over and to the side of the dresser.
Sgt42RHRJan 08, 2018
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cabinet_oblique_view.jpgOblique view93 viewsThe cabinet is about 4 inches deep, with each side having about 1 3/4 inches depth on the inside. The knob is an ebony violin tuning peg.Sgt42RHRJan 08, 2018
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GC_2017.jpgGalootaclaus 20173 viewsfrom Doc HolladaydlarueJan 04, 2018
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Galootaclaus2017.jpgGalootaclaus 20175 viewsjerkinsjDec 27, 2017
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Galootaclaus_2017.jpgGalootaclaus 201756 viewsSuch a thoughtful and bountiful gift box! Galootaclaus rocks!Sgt42RHRDec 27, 2017
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gc2017.jpgGC 2017 Gifts51 viewsA hearty "thank you" to my gifter, Stuart Minuskin. Inside the flat rate box was a Chris Vesper chip-carving knife, a new headlamp, a pocket Stanley Tool reference book, a nicely turned pen, a calendar from Queensland for the shop, and a "The Tool Exchange" t-shirt. Merry Christmas, Stuart!madwingDec 26, 2017

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