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DSC_0800_reduced.jpegStanley No 1 left front view53 viewsLooks pretty good. Still has to be demounted and cleaned up. Stuck iron assembly hold down screw has been freed with a little oil. SomedayForge
Pic_9.jpg16 views*Still* won't separate!!Gary K
I_bin_framed_I_tells_ya.jpgframed18 viewsI bin framed, I tells ya!
still have a few grooves to cut, all the rails and stiles have been fit together.
sillinplace.jpgSill install - in place120 viewsI still had to nail on the bullnose molding to the vertical corners of the window opening and obviously the plasterwork needs to be done. madwing
oliver.jpgOliver No. 2 Mitre Trimmer28 viewsI owned this for a few years, finally sold it to reclaim 16 square feet of shop space. But I miss it still. dlarue
currach2.JPGThe Improbable18 viewsmaiden voyage of Currach Improbable.
Made with a brace & bit and a hatchet.
But you still can't call me a boatbuilder.
Bent_chair.jpgThonet side chair85 viewsFrom Vienna Applied Arts Museum (Museum fur Angewandte Kunst - MAK). Partly laminated veneers, bent; walnut, veneered: cane
From room brochure, "One of the first pieces of seating furniture which Michael Thonet made by means of bent wood methods. Created whilst he was still in Boppard on the Rhine, it has laminated veneers bent in one direction. It is an attempt to produce a more economical version of the fashionable Biedermeier chair type."
100_4850.JPGAxolite stone22 viewssmall white sharpening stone, quite fine.
still has most of the box, and name on the stone too.
Tiger_stripe_grain_in_blanket_chest.jpgTiger striipe in walnut223 viewsThis image shows the faint but distinct tiger stripe in the walnut comprising the ends and front of the trunk. It's less obious on the front board, but still there.Sgt42RHR
IMG-20120728-00242.jpgwheelwright camp 228 viewsThe assembled and shaped hubs. They still need the bushings installed (1 1/4 inch black pipe with flanges on each end). Quite a complicated glue-up.dlarue
The_Working_Ends.jpgThe Working Ends112 viewsMuch easier to see the differences in the three corn straw mixes provided for testing in this shot. The most tightly packed and best performing example is third from left. The poorest performing, but still effective example is second from left. The other four showed various degrees of difference between the two, although the two on the right end are made the same way.Charlie Driggs
May5.jpgMay 5 2012 garage sale haul40 viewsLate to the sale (2 pm) but still managed to pick up a few cool things. 13 new Nicholson crew-on file handles, 3 hammer handles, a brass & wood caliper rule, Eskiltuna chisel, old knife, some letter & number stamps, and 10 pounds of used carbide cutters. $20. Not too shabby.dlarue
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