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TSrodier1.jpg
TSrodier1.jpgRodier's Patent side view274 views This shows the corrugations on the sides that were also cast in. writt
lathe_setup.jpg
lathe_setup.jpgLathe Setup129 viewsI use a live center for turning because there is a lot hanging out of the spindle. The center is removed for shaping the top of the knob. writt
minimox2.jpg
minimox2.jpgminimox side232 viewsHere is a good view of the longer front jaw allowing the rear jaw to be registered in the same plane as the bench apron. writt
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knob_blank_2.jpgKnob Blank Bottom113 views This is the bottom of the knob blank. You can see the 19/23" diameter hole and the 5/16" diameter thru hole. writt
cocosets2.jpg
cocosets2.jpgCocobolo Wood Sets155 viewsThis pic is of the first sets of Stanley wood out of cocobolo. They have been polished to P600, a light coat of "Tony's Goop" applied and several coats of wax. writt
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English_Back_Saw_2_sm_pic.jpgCrownshaw Chapman & Co #2241 viewsThis is the back of the saw as found. writt
Knob___Tote_1.jpg
Knob___Tote_1.jpgWalnut Knob & Tote for Stanley333 views This pic shows the set of wood that I made for the Stanley #4 plane. They are made from locally grown air dried walnut. They are hand shaped and finished with home boiled linseed oil, shellac & wiping poly. writt
pattern_makers_plane3.jpg
pattern_makers_plane3.jpgPlane Base250 viewsThis is a broader shot. writt

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cocosets2.jpg
cocosets2.jpgCocobolo Wood Sets155 viewsThis pic is of the first sets of Stanley wood out of cocobolo. They have been polished to P600, a light coat of "Tony's Goop" applied and several coats of wax. writtNov 24, 2011
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miterbox1.jpgMiter Box 1144 views Side View of Unknown Miter Box writtSep 13, 2011
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miterbox2.jpgMiter Box 2103 views Side View of Unknown Miter Box writtSep 13, 2011
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miterbox3.jpgMiter Box 389 viewsBottom view of unknown miter box writtSep 13, 2011
knob_blank_1.jpg
knob_blank_1.jpgKnob Blank134 views I cut the knob blank 2"X2"X2". The top and bottom must be very parallel. and the height is the finished height of the knob. On the top drill a 7/16" diameter hole 1/2" deep for the brass mounting nut. On the bottom drill a 19/32" diameter hole 1/2" deep to fit over the boss on the plane. Then drill a 5/16" hole through. Turning is the last thing I do. writtJun 05, 2011
knob_blank_2.jpg
knob_blank_2.jpgKnob Blank Bottom113 views This is the bottom of the knob blank. You can see the 19/23" diameter hole and the 5/16" diameter thru hole. writtJun 05, 2011
lathe_fixture.jpg
lathe_fixture.jpgKnob Fixture135 views This is the fixture for turning the knob. It is tapped 1/4-20. The large hole in the bottom of the knob fits over the small diameter on the fixture uo to the face of the larger diameter and is held on with a 1/4-20 socket cap screw. writtJun 05, 2011
lathe_setup.jpg
lathe_setup.jpgLathe Setup129 viewsI use a live center for turning because there is a lot hanging out of the spindle. The center is removed for shaping the top of the knob. writtJun 05, 2011

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