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DSC00481.JPGLakeside plane blade40 viewsEdge on view of the cap iron and blade assemblyOldSneelock
welch_griffiths_w_cambridge_1856.jpgWelch & Griffiths factory in West Cambridge (1856 map)129 viewsbwelch
Perfect_Handles_#2.jpgNow I'm Cooking!162 viewsCharlie Rodgers
PICT0473.JPGEnd table 4240 viewsThe top moves forward. Of course, the granite isn't quite square, and the thickness varies........spike
3-32nd_inch_wide_chisel.jpg3-32nd inch wide chisel60 viewsThis is the narrowest chisel I've ever seen, just at 3/32 inch. Only marking is CAST STEEL stamped into the side of the iron near the tang.Sgt42RHR
Chisels_Full_Size.jpgSkew Chisels193 viewsThe top marples skew is a modification of a broken 3/8" Marples blue chip chisel, I reground the Enderes 1/2" this summer from straight to 25 deg. skew and needed a mirror of it.galootgary
DSC04026.JPGLondon Pattern File Handle Closeup103 viewsThis shot provides a closer look at the handle. I used lyptus for this one because I had some appropriately sized scrap handy and because I really don't like the wood much despite having a rather nice color. It's really splintery and difficult to work with. I kind of figured this was an experiment and that this would end up being decorative kindling anyhow, so why use wood I cared about? Note that I had exactly one catch when doing the turning. Naturally it caused a booboo I couldn't fix.Chuck Myers
handscrew_sawscrew_remover.jpghandscrew clamp modified for sawnuts317 viewsThis works for nearly all sawscrews, and significantly reduces the risk of breaking off medallion screws. Drill a hole in one side of the clamp that is large enough to go around the saw nut -- and allow a screwdriver in to either loosen or tighten. I used a 9/16" Jennings bit on this one, and that works for all but the largest saw nuts.Charlie Driggs

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IMG_20170807_130917.jpglathe at pennsic3 viewslathe at pennsicdlarueAug 12, 2017
IMG_20170807_130722.jpgmakeshift reamer4 viewstaper reamer turned on pole lathe, using hacksaw blade for the cutter.dlarueAug 12, 2017
IMG_20170807_165127.jpglegs3 viewsstandard chair leg pattern for bodgers log-to-leg racedlarueAug 12, 2017
IMG_20170807_165136.jpgpair of stools3 viewspair of stools for Thescorre CourtdlarueAug 12, 2017
IMG_20170810_124426.jpgring mandrels3 viewsring mandrels on a pole lathedlarueAug 12, 2017
royal_seats.jpgroyal seats4 viewsno splinters I hope!dlarueAug 12, 2017
shelf3.jpgshelved6 viewsand it stands up!dlarueJul 19, 2017
shelf2.jpgunfolding7 viewsunfolding the shelves.
I cannot believe I actually cut that many hinge mortices and they all line up!
dlarueJul 19, 2017

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