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P9120145b.jpgSomeone else willing to try137 viewsHe's got a bigger grin. Notice the pile of sawdust on the left. Most likely from the cutting from that side done earlier. Also notice the quality of cut on the top from the prior slab removal. Amazing for an initial slab cut. Better than the whirling steam powered circular saw being demoed by the steam show folks. SomedayForge
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27_IMG_0091s.jpgHardware replaced twice115 viewsThe finished surface under the circular shadows left by Victorian turned wooden buttons reveals wearmarks, likely associated with earlier hardware. Some of that original hardware may have been pulled out or otherwise caused damage to some drawerfronts. The holes made for the buttons on some drawers are much larger than those on others.Schwartz
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rackback.jpgChisel rack back61 viewsTwo pieces of feather board, cut on a large circular saw (see the grooves from the blade, running in opposite directions on each piece). The wider board is the lower one in the rack.madwing
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DSCI0042.jpgshave front93 viewsThis is the Cincinnati Tool circular shave, showing the cast lettering on the front. It's almost as I found it, except that I took a couple of test shavings from a piece of pine - most of which promptly stuck in the extremely tight mouth.owens
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DSCI0043.jpgshave top side80 viewsThe top side of the shave, with the top end of the blade protruding slightly from behind the plate that holds it in place.owens
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DSCI0044.jpgshave working side84 viewsThis is the 'working side' of the shave, showing the blade in the mouth opening.owens
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DSCI0047.jpgshave disassembled83 viewsThe CT circular shave disassembled. The blade (sitting on one edge) fits into the hollow of the tool, and is held in place by the plate, which is in turn held by the two screws. I wasn't sure whether the handles were removable, haven't tried to unscrew them.owens
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#113-Compass-Plane-on-Work.jpgStanley 113 Circular Plane on Rocking Chair Runner187 viewsCompass plane set for curvature of ash rocking chair runner.

NOTE: this is NOT the Craftsman style rocker that also appears in this gallery - only an inexpensively made production-run rocker.
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#113-Compass-Plane-on-Side.jpgStanley 113 Circular Plane & Rocking Chair Runner166 viewsCompass plane among ash shavings from rocking chair runner.

NOTE: this is NOT the Craftsman style rocker that also appears in this gallery - only an inexpensively made production-run rocker.
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Tools_Used_for_Pantry_Project.JPGTools used to build and install the pantry units204 viewsLooking at this photo, I note I forgot to include my #5H pencil, my shooting board, and the No. 6 used with the shooting board. I did use a 29 year old Craftsman circular saw to rip the plywood for the sides of the cabinet.Sgt42RHR
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Galootaclaus-WC-2007-1.jpgGalootaclaus & other arrivals of the day176 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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