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Desk_outside_-_surface.jpgSlab Desk - close up surface35 viewsjerkinsj
Leg_inserts_and_levelers.jpgLeg inserts and levelers23 viewsAsh inserts fitted to slide into legs. Recessed below surface so minimal amount of leveler shows when in use.jerkinsj
top_view.jpgTop View20 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
Walnut_table_done_3.JPGTip and turn table top40 viewstwo coats of BLO, 4 or 5 of shellac, then 4 or 5 coats of thinned polyurethane (food and drinks on this surface) nicknaylo
20140310_1269ss.jpgGerman surface level 167 viewsSchwartz
20140310_1271ss.jpgGerman surface level (underside)163 views5x3.2cmSchwartz
folding_table_closeup_of_hinges_in_folded_position.jpgCloseup of goose neck knife hinges in the folded position171 viewsThe goose neck knife hinges allow the table top to rotate up and around so that the top surface of the table lies flat against the back of the table legs.Sgt42RHR
2012_0000cs.jpgScrewbox cutter side view55 viewsOriginal condition of cutter. The external surface of the V was not honed, merely ground. Note tiny hook on the heel of the V seen in the shadow at bottom right. That caused tearing at the root diameter of the screws it cut.Schwartz
Barnard_plane_and_Whatsit.jpgBarnard Plane and Whatsit177 viewsThis plane is just marked BARNARD. Like another old plane in this album from the old Brown homeplace, it was carved with the initials W.E.T. In 1842, Robert Brown carved his initials over those of W.E.T.

The Whatsit pictured at the lower left is similar to another whatsit of the same type: a wooden conical shape with three grooves cut carefully in the surface.
jkl1.JPGjkl142 viewsJ: Stanley 130A Yankee driver. Plastic handle that's not really brown, red or purple, but does have a slight texture for a manly feel. $7

K:Stanley 130A Yankee driver. Plastic handle that's not really brown, red or purple, but does have a smooth surface for a sexy feel. $5

L: Wards Master Quality (with a name like that it has to be good) push drill. $3
curt seeliger
Round_brushes.jpgRound Brushes78 viewsI bought the red-tipped brushes in a hardware store in Span while on vacation 12-15 years ago. I really like this style brush for other-than-flat surfaces. You can probably tell which ones SWMBO has grabbed for her use ;-) Charlie Rodgers
Comparison_of_Results_-__A__top,__B__bottom.jpgComparison of Results108 viewsThe area next to the red cord wrapped example was achieved in about 15 seconds with less work than needed to achieve the results next to the yellow wrapped example -- 30 seconds, more effort, and a less uniform smoothness in the surface.Charlie Driggs
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