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IMG_20160724_203505.jpgready for the mattress14 viewsone 4X8 foot sheet of 1/4 inch plywood ripped and pieced together.
I made most of the cuts with a japanese carpentry saw.
Mad skills.
NewMalletHandle.jpgNew Mallet Handle137 viewsNew handle made from a Japanese Laurel branch from yard trimmings. Shave horse made from (mostly) bigleaf maple, also from my yard. Tools used included draw knife, several spokeshaves, and a scraper.saltchuck
2011_8248s.jpgJapanese block plane with cutter in place98 viewsSchwartz
2011_8249s.jpgunderside of cutter & topside of Japanese block plane82 viewsSchwartz
2011_8250s.jpgsole, cutter & mouth of Japanese block plane113 viewsThe slots provide blade support right down to the sole & cutting edge, because the mouth is narrower than the edge.Schwartz
2011_8246.JPGunidentified Japanese block plane blade80 viewsmaker's mark resembles a woman with parasol, facing awaySchwartz
sept__2011_last_018.JPGWoodworker tool roll261 viewsThis is a World War II bring back. Japanese woodworkers tool roll. 4 spoon bits, chisels, T handle in wood, 4 hammers, one steel punch, blacksmith tongs, flat scraper?, 2 long handled needle tools. 2 tiny triangular needle scrapers? Never been used, only 3 loops unfilled. Any ideas?john krau
sept__2011_last_022.JPGpocket multitool116 viewsPocket knife size multi tool. There is a spring loaded keeper in the end and the side. Tack hammer/tack puller, 3 screwdrivers, and quarter inch auger bit. Japanese markings, believed to be a WWII bring-back. The Swiss Army is the Tinker. john krau
P9120134b.jpgThe board, the saw, and the docent117 viewsThe fellow in the picture is the Columbia Mo resident who teaches in Japan and who was responsible for bringing the Japanese Sawyer's to central Missouri to do this demonstration. SomedayForge
P9120135b.jpgSaws on display122 viewsA scabbard standing between the saws. I wish I had put someone next to them to gauge size. They must have been at least 4 feet tall at the handles, maybe a bit more. Notice painting of their historical equivalent of western pit sawing. SomedayForge
P9120137b.jpgPack-o-saws126 viewsSaws lined up for display. SomedayForge
408[1].JPGOne Blade Still in the Plane93 viewsHere is a pic of the box open with blades in it. I used a cheap, 2.99 plastic-handled japanese saw I got at the local grocery store for the random-angle cut. This turns out to be the finest saw I have. I didn't feel I needed to clean up the saw marks.gehentogo
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