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top_view.jpgTop View17 viewsThis is looking down on what seems to be the top or show surface of this tool. The corners are rounded, and a decorative groove is worked along each edge the length of the tool. In this view, the spring arm assembly can be seen with the spring screwed to the side and anchored on the right end by a pivot screw. An unthreaded thumb peg is seen on the other end of the assembly. A steeply sloping chamfer is cut forming what appears to be the exit as it falls away from the edge of the blade.Sgt42RHR
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blade_spring_arm_closeup.jpgSpring arm assembly closeup18 viewsSide 2 view shows a spring arm assembly anchored at one end with a wood screw. It is attached at is other end to one end of a metal bar through which passes a pivot screw and one end and a thumb peg at the other. The metal bar forms the bottom of the mouth with a double bevel blade forming the top of the mouth. By moving the thumb peg, the mouth bar pivots away from the cutting edge of the blade. The edge of the mouth bar that is closet to the blade's edge is chamfered the same length as the blade.Sgt42RHR
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Bottom_of_ice-box.jpgBottom of ice box213 viewsBottom is 3/4" basswood, chamfered and floating in a groove right around all sides. Skids are 1/4" white oak.Sgt42RHR
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19th_century_folding_side_chairs_back_view.jpgChamfering and carving make the 1/2 inch thick backsplat look thinner when viewed from the front.83 viewsSgt42RHR
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right_rear.JPGRear View172 viewsThe back splat is 1/2 inch thick and chamfered on the back.Sgt42RHR
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Thinchamfered_oak_skids_to_protect_the_leather_on_the_bottom.JPGThin chamfered oak skids to protect the leather on the bottom152 viewsYou can see the waves from the scrub plane on the bottom. The oak skids are about 3/8 inch thick and are affixed over the leather (which is already tacked down) with glue and nails.Sgt42RHR
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Slenderized_Framesaw.JPGSlenderized Frame Saw200 viewsI went from 6.5 pounds to 3.5 pounds. The side arms are now only 7/8" thick and the far end stretcher is 1 1/8 with a reinforcer where the 1/2" bolt hole and redundant 1/4" grove for the saw blade are. I rechamfered all the newly cut edges with 1/2" wide chamfers to further lighten the tool and to make it easy to grasp.Sgt42RHR
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Stanley_No__65_Chamfer_Shave_worked_like_a_charm.JPGStanley No. 65 chamfer shave worked great!89 viewsSgt42RHR
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PICT1260.JPGThumb plane216 viewsThis shows a good view of the 'rolling' chamfer on the top edge of the sides. It starts square at the front, rolling to about 15 degrees at the peak and 30 degrees at the rear.gstucker
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IMG_1036.JPGChip repair 1191 viewsWhile I had the top upside down on the scrounged table, I used its end dog hole along with a holdfast to hold the legs and stretchers while I mortised and planed them. When I flipped the top over to mount it on the finished base I saw there had been some chipping due to the lack of any countersinking or chamfering around the hole, so I needed to fix it...TRexF16
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Stanley_No__65_Chamfer_Shave.JPGFull view-Stanley No. 65 Chamfer Shave152 viewsSgt42RHR
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65_Shave_close1.JPGStanley 65 chamfer shave close up128 viewsSgt42RHR
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