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IMG_20170402_113643.jpgskinny 23 viewsthe skate and blade were on the order of 1 mm wide.dlarue
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2012_9165ssWireRecorder.jpgWire recorder44 viewsVintage tailed audio recording device. Several old tools required to dismantle and get it operational.Schwartz
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IMG_20130610_134927.jpgNew Anvil Maker's Mark82 viewsThe manufacturer of my new anvil is presently unknown. A bit of research is in order.timpendleton
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Goose_neck_knife_hinges_on_folding_table.jpgGoose Neck Knife Hinges73 viewsI made these hinges using 1/8" thick brass. The goose neck design is necessary in order to allow the table top to fold around and lay flat against the back of the legs for storage or transportation.Sgt42RHR
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Genuine_Old_Order_Galoot.jpg32 viewsA tintype I picked up recently. Not sure what is in the hand on the left, but the square is pretty easily identified.neanderman
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DadsBox.JPGDad's Box25 viewsMy Mom ordered two boxes, one for her, one for him. This is my Dad's box, made of curly maple, finished with BLO & Lemon Shellac.dlarue
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100_5171.jpg97 viewsMoxon Style Vice is finished. Here are the screws I ordered of of ebay - Hard maple, 1-1/4", with an unthreaded portion for about 1" at the handle. The nuts are 4"X4" and 1-1/16" thick - seems like plenty of thickness. The maker threw in the third nut at no charge - I have 2 screws with a choice of 18" or 10" spacingRuby
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Moms_Box.JPGA curly maple box I made for my mother28 viewsMy mom ordered a box from me. Well, she asked for two, one for her, one for my dad, but he won't even talk about it. dlarue
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IMG_0993.JPGThe face vise91 viewsSweet old Columbian I scored at the swap meet for $20, with the original handle. It cleaned up nicely. The chop is cut from a piece of live oak I took from my parents' firewood pile. It was from a huge branch split off one of their trees when Hurricane Hugo blew through North Carolina back in '89. It's perfectly "quarter split" and I've been saving it for something nice. You can see the border of the heartwood and sapwood.TRexF16
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IMG_0899.JPGStanley #60 Chisel Types230 viewsThese represent at least five different "types" of #60. I don't know the order of introduction, but have lined them up left to right based on my guess at oldest to newest style. I have at least one of the middle type with an earlier owner's name and "1947" etched on the back.TRexF16
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100_0236a.jpgHow I spent Thanksgiving173 viewsI've had this #50 sitting around for a couple of years. I finally got around to cleaning it up and putting it back in working order.roy griggs
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Modification_made_to_original_Fiddle_design.JPGModifications made103 viewsI added a cap nut, a length of threaded brass rod, and a wing nut in order to pinch the handle blank more securely between the two uprights; now it works like a charm!Sgt42RHR
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