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woodworking at Pennsic 46

I've registered for the Pennsic War. Seems to be some interest in woodworking again this year. I have volunteered to teach a spoon carving class (in reality
dj_larue
Apr 28
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16487

Re: My apologies. This is the newest April offering from Lee Valley

This may sound silly but now I want to design a 2-tooth version of a mortise gauge on the same principal. :) Sean On Sat, Apr 1, 2017 at 8:44 AM, Andrew Lowry
Sean Powell
Apr 1
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16486

My apologies. This is the newest April offering from Lee Valley Tool

http://www.leevalley.com/en/wood/page.aspx?p=75640&cat=1,46158,75230,75235&ap=1
Andrew Lowry
Apr 1
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16485

Lee Valley Tools' newest hand tool - Special April release

Greetings, The calendar has turned to April and the engineers at Lee Valley Tools have come out with their newest product. If you are confused by it click on
Andrew Lowry
Apr 1
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16484

Re: Woodworking at Pennsic [1 Attachment]

I think that this is a fantastic device and I fully intend on putting on on the next bench I build (I was thinking it might be possible for it to be a drop-in
Sean Powell
Jan 4
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Re: Woodworking at Pennsic

you can find a picture of it in my photo's (Kai's Photos) here under the name of "pompei vise" or some such nonsense... ;) the rectangular blocks are fastened
kai_saerpren
Jan 4
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finishing old projecs

is it just me? probably, I start many projects to challenge my skills and when I can't see a substantial benefit in finishing them I stop and put them aside
kai_saerpren
Jan 4
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16481

Re: Screws

... Not only a great book on screws, but could serve as a textbook in how to research questions like these! In short, screws _as driven fasteners_ seem to have
conradh@...
Jan 2
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16480

Re: Screws

... Toshio Odate makes a comment that might be relevant here--in listing the various specialty planes, he translates the name of one of them as "machine"
conradh@...
Jan 2
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16479

Viking toolbox found

http://www.livescience.com/57058-viking-tools-found-at-fortress-photos.html Spoon bits and a drawplate. Cool! ' | Broom IAmBroom @ gmail . com ' |
Broom
Dec 2, 2016
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Re: Screws

Many years ago when I was interested in black powder shooting I read a bit about Japanese firearms, the interesting thing being that most Japanese matchlocks
Bruce Lee
Nov 26, 2016
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16477

Re: Screws

No idea, personally, but thanks for bringing up this interesting question, and those cool photos! ' | Broom IAmBroom @ gmail . com ' | cellphone:
Broom
Nov 25, 2016
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16476

Re: Screws

... It is my pleasure to tell you about a well-researched book that covers that very topic. It's "One Good Turn: A Natural History of the Screwdriver and the
John LaTorre
Nov 25, 2016
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Re: Screws

I cannot speak for screws in Japan. it seems odd that Heron drew diagrams of screws and the mechanisms for making screws over 2000 years ago (if you don't know
kai_saerpren
Nov 25, 2016
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Re: Screws

... http://www.ee0r.com/gallery/japan2016/kiwaku.jpg ... http://www.douglasbrooksboatbuilding.com/images/beka004.jpg -- Ishiyama roku-i Gen'tarou Yori'ie (mka:
Ishiyama Gen'tarou Yori'ie
Nov 24, 2016
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