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first__screw_6-6-05_002.jpg1 1/2" x 6 TPI threads close-up387 views Cut in a commercial dowel and a piece of RedOakroy griggs
roundersm001.jpgRounder plane387 views2" rounder plane I made in 2006.citternmaker
USS_WOODENICKLE.jpgUSS WOODENICKLE385 viewsWorld War Twice Jeep carrier with planes lining her deck and a 5 1/2 heavy lined-up for take-offroy griggs
Toolbox_2.jpgAll this fits into the box!384 viewsA picture to show how much stuff fits into the box.Sam Peterson
7-01-07_009a.jpgLittle saw cleaned-up382 viewsDisston #4 10" cleaned-up nice and cuts well even before touching up the teeth.roy griggs
Copy_of_Side-vise1.jpgSidevise382 viewsBeen using this for 5 or 6 years and it works fine...roy griggs
Atkins_saw_1.jpgAtkins w/overbite 2381 viewsA close-up of the teeth
roy griggs
5-13-07_plane_011.jpgHomemade 2379 viewsroy griggs
DSC02438.JPGFerrules Side-by-Side378 viewsAll are turned-down 1/2" compression nuts. Left has end of nut ground off so that ferrule is filled completely. Middle uses entire nut, but has gap between end of ferrule and end of wood. Right uses entire nut, but has "mini-tenon" that protrudes through to end of the nut.Chuck Myers
Marking_Knife_and_the_lumber_the_handle_came_from.JPGFinished handle and source wood377 viewsI have no idea what kind of wood this is, but the knife is sitting in the place from where I cut the handle blank.Sgt42RHR
Setting_the_fence.JPGSetting the fence377 viewsUsing the good advice and glossy color photos from Derek Cohen's wonderful tutorial, I squared up the fence before drilling the fixed 1/4" bolt hole using a bit chucked up in an 8" Stanley Bell linesman brace.Sgt42RHR
4-24-07_plane_006.jpgGroup project 4376 viewsroy griggs
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