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7-01-07_004a.jpgLeather Washers #2453 viewsCutting the IDroy griggs
IMG_0118.JPGUnknown Sharpening Stone453 views7x2x1 inch stone picked up at an estate sale. Thought it was a Crystolon (it was pretty dirty) but when I cleaned it up I saw by the striations in the stone it is natural. Seems fairly soft but fine, much like a Queer Creek. But here it is completely cleaned up and sitting on a new Queer Creek and it is clear it in not that. Also interesting how it was cut from the quarry perpendicular to the "layers". Kinda quarter sawn...
Does anybody know what kind of stone this is?
skew_pair_004.jpgSkew Chisels #1452 viewsA pair of almost matched Fulton 1/2" B.E. Socket chisels shortly to become a matched pair of skew chiselsroy griggs
estate_sale_8_04_07_002.jpgEstate sale 8/04/07 $5451 viewsLater Disston saw, small crowbar, two rasps, 3 various sized gasket punches, impact srewdriverroy griggs
Roman_Plan_Finished.jpgroman Plane - top view450 viewsAnother view of the Roman Plane I made based on a picture in the Dec 2008 EAIA Chronicle.jerkinsj
van1.jpg448 viewsslongley
estate_sale_8_04_07_001.jpgEstate sale 8/04/07 $5447 viewsI did have to unbolt it from the bench myself!!roy griggs
PICT0237.jpgRabbiting/dadoing plywood2447 viewsspike
Toolbox_1.jpgLooking in the box447 viewsThis is how the toolbox looks when opened. Everything is stored away pretty nicely.Sam Peterson
Chisel_stroup.jpgBench strop446 viewsBench strop for chisels and Plane blades, pic taken before using. roy griggs
DSC02455.JPGFile Handle446 viewsAfter working on pretty large handles for cabinet rasps, I thought I'd try my hand at something smaller. This is a handle I made for a 6" slim taper file. It is made of Indian rosewood. Chuck Myers
Williamsburg-veneer.jpgWilliamsburg Veneer Saw446 views2-man veneer saw in the Hay shop at Colonial Williamsburg.citternmaker
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