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b.jpgModified to 1/8 inch56 viewsAn old Two Cherries 1/4 inch chisel that I reground to 1/8 inch to use in cleaning out the corners in dovetail sockets.Sgt42RHR
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IMG_2799.JPGGalootaclaus 2016 13 views11 items, two for chunks of Bodark and Mesquite from Texas, two for chisels needing a boatload of care, a bit holder also needing some help, a box of #7 slotted flat heads from Sweden of all places, dual sheave blocks, a mystery #593 Stanley hammer without faces, a NIB set of 6 Greenlee Irwin style bits, some acid brushes, and a tubular thing that apparently grows that way - never saw anything like this before, but I'm guessing that grew in Texas too. Quite an assortment.Charlie Driggs
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Gclaus3.JPG8 viewsa goldmine of hippie galootherie...Greg Isola
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galootmas1.jpgDelights from Walter, more8 viewsBooks to read and refer to, including plans for making storage for them, and build a house to put the bookcases in. One of Sloan's classics as well as help identifying the wood he made the candle holders out of. I was thinking butternut, but now I'm leaning to walnut.curt seeliger
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galootmas2.jpgDelights from Walter8 viewsCandle holders he made himself, and a similarly sourced chisel holder, Witherby chisel and a drawknife both sturdy and ready for the home. Sweetly shaped mallet, curvy wrench (I'd not seen one of these before) and an oil can for obvious uses.curt seeliger
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IMG_5515.jpgStanley 48, side of box91 viewsYou can see no finger joints, no chestnut, and nails holding glued butt-jointed corners. I believe the wood is poplar.madwing
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IMG_20160828_191329.jpgnew lathe breakdown18 viewsmain frame, legs and bed, folded up
wow really portable
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IMG_20160709_103649.jpgplanes14 viewsogee (Wheeler) and bead (Gleave, Oldham St, Manchester)
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IMG_20160709_104205.jpgchair rail13 viewsogee (Wheeler) and bead (Gleave, Oldham St, Manchester)
stuck in white pine
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Russell_Jennings_Auger_Bits.jpgRussell Jennings Auger Bits57 viewsA set of 6 RJ bits in odd sizes to fill in a set. no's 15, 11, 9, 7, 5, and 4. A welcome addition to my harlequin set. All have great lead screws and spurs. in the background a piece of green leather destined to become auger bit roll and a couple of cool old Bicentenial (1776-1976) decals.Brentpmed
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IMG_6685.JPGdetail of the older leg vise screw mount25 viewsThis may look a bit rough to some, but it is definitely a cleaner installation than the way it was mounted on my grandfather's 80, 90 or more years main bench. This one works quite wel. With two leg vises on the south end mounted 'in plane', it is quite easy to hold short sections (3-5 ft) of lumber for sawing to a line, although the height isn't ideal. Also very useful for holding items when needing to run round tenons with one of the hollow augers.Charlie Driggs
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IMG_0799.JPGhold down storage along the west side of the bench24 viewsThe stretchers were a major stiffener of this bench, as until these were added it would rack a bit when planing large boards. Adding them created storage for items otherwise awkward to fit close at hand.Charlie Driggs
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