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100_7323.JPGrodgers knife in rough shape27 viewsFree knife, needs a new handle.dlarue
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Tenons_on_folding_side_rails_at_each_corner_and_middle.JPGTenons on folding side rails at each corner and middle136 viewsHere is a good shot of the curved tenons used at each corner and at the middle of the side rails. I made a metal template for marking out the shape which is a segment of a 1 1/2" diameter circle. I sawed off the excess waste, pared more of the waste away, and then finished with a shoulder plane. I sloshed some mineral spirits on before I snapped the picture to see what the grain looked like.Sgt42RHR
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6_c_front_left.jpg6C front left82 viewsAfter paint and rust removal, glad to find great japanning and no real pittingBrentpmed
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IMG_0968a.JPGBuilding the end units331 viewsHere the bench top is glued up and sitting on a scrounged table. You can see I'm able to use the round dog holes to secure one of the legs for mortising for the through tenon. The joints for the first end unit are already cut and it is dry fit. In the foreground is the tops of the two long stretchers. The front long stretcher is set up for a sliding deadman.TRexF16
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wizard1.jpgWizard Wrench Front89 viewsAn adjustable wrench with a ratcheting head.Joe West
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MF_14_Fasteners.JPGScrews60 viewsThese are all the screws that hold the finished plane together. Can't remember if I took this before or after cleaning them up.Chuck Myers
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saw_how_low_close.jpg105 viewsbugbear
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hones.jpgnones57 viewsdwittner

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Vwotsit_overall.jpgV wotsit10 viewsbugbearMar 06, 2017
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Vcutter.jpgV wotsit cutter9 viewsbugbearMar 06, 2017
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IMG_20170225_223925.jpgnew handle10 viewsnew handle on my carving hatchet, and a couple of spoon blanks roughed out.dlarueFeb 25, 2017
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IMG_20170225_223915.jpgpower grip12 viewsend grip for rough work, when you want to hog off a lot of wood.dlarueFeb 25, 2017
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IMG_20170225_223903.jpgchoking up11 viewsupper grip area, choking up on the tool for detail workdlarueFeb 25, 2017
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IMG_20170220_123330.jpgsyrup8 viewssyrup Feb'ry 2017dlarueFeb 25, 2017
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IMG_20170219_104812.jpgboiling9 viewsboiling maple syrup feb'ry 2017dlarueFeb 25, 2017
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b.jpgModified to 1/8 inch54 viewsAn old Two Cherries 1/4 inch chisel that I reground to 1/8 inch to use in cleaning out the corners in dovetail sockets.Sgt42RHRJan 27, 2017

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