2583Re: [MedievalSawdust] Tool for round tenons?
- Jul 1, 2004Of course.. one way to point dowels on a lathe is to buy a fairly expensive 'pattern follower'... or copy set. You could make consistant round tenons that way... expensive... by consistant... then again... ya' could learn to turn REALLY WELL...Chas.----- Original Message -----From: Joseph HayesSent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 9:17 AMSubject: Re: [MedievalSawdust] Tool for round tenons?
> The tool is called a stail engine or rounder plane
Thanks for the tip. I've seen rounder planes, but all were hand
> Of course these solutions assume that the tenon is the same size as
> the rail, producing straight grained round cross sections.
Here in Ohio, we call that a dowel. ;)
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