Galoot Central
Home arrow Image Central
Tuesday, 20 February 2018
Galoot Image Central - Search results

Galoot Image Central

Pics from the Porch

Home :: Login
Album list :: Last uploads :: Last comments :: Most viewed :: Top rated :: My Favorites :: Search

Search results - "burnisher"
burnisher.jpgDon Williams' prototype burnisher153 viewsCharlie Driggs
Post_Test_Wear_Evidence.jpgPost-Test Wear Evidence111 viewsthe thick straw example on the bottom performed the best, and showed a little stain of mahogany dust. The thin straw example also worked, but with more effort and time, and a less uniform result. It was apparent that the test only involved part of the face on both.Charlie Driggs
PICT1257.JPGMy first handle198 viewsI made this burnisher from a carbide rod generously donated by list member TMZ.gstucker
DSC02439.JPGFinal Burnisher166 viewsI finally got a handle I liked. Canary wood with brass ferrule made from 1/2" compression nut.Chuck Myers
DSC02440.JPGFinal Burnisher Handle Closeup140 viewsChuck Myers
DSC02441.JPGFinal Burnisher Ferrule159 viewsBy turning a "mini tenon" on the end of the ferrule tenon I was able to use the entire compression nut *and* fill it completely with wood.Chuck Myers
DSC02423.JPGFirst Burnisher171 viewsTony Zaffuto carbide rod in lyptus handle. Ferrule is made from compression nut.Chuck Myers
DSC02425.JPGFirst Burnisher Handle Closeup135 viewsChuck Myers
PICT0223.JPGTony Zaffuto Carbide Burnisher205 viewsTony Zaffuto's beautiful Galootaclaus '07 burnisher to me his Galootaclaus giver!

Thanks, Tony
Ken Cutting
PICT0227.JPGGrip it and burnish!104 viewsThanks Tony Zaffuto!Ken Cutting
burnisher_10-14-07_003.jpgBurnisher 10-14-07241 viewsAnother Galoot's posting of his new burnisher
prompted me to finally make a new burnisher to replace my Crown tool...6.7mm Stainless Steel
rod, Ebony handle with a brass airline fitting ferrul.
roy griggs
carbide_burnisher.jpgZaffuto burnisher -- two weeks later, repaired142 viewsTruth time. That piece of plum used to make this handle turned out to be a bit less seasoned than I thought -- went away for a weeks vacation, and when I returned it had a 4" x 1/16" crack down down 80% of the handle, propagating from a little knot. Kerfed out the crack with a saw and 3/32" chisel, patched it with a strip of cherry, shaped the patch to match, and I can use it without getting pinched. Charlie Driggs
14 files on 2 page(s) 1

Member Login
© 2018 Galoot Central
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License.
View Jim Esten's profile on LinkedIn