RE: [medievalsawdust] Digest Number 289
- Too bad it was too small of a class. I live in Grand Rapids and I have
heard of the Tillers. Been meaning to price some classes there too. Thanks
for the info.
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>From: "The Luegges" <luegge@...>_________________________________________________________________
>To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: RE: [medievalsawdust] Digest Number 289
>Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2003 19:46:13 -0400
>I tried to get into a class at Tillers International in Kalamazoo
>(Michigan) to make a hand plane but they said they only had me and one
>other guy and that was not enough. Tuition was a bit steep, $125 I think
>but when I look at the prices some places get for hand planes it's not too
>bad. Plus I would know how to make my own later. If any are interested
>they said they would try to have the class again next year. They can be
>found via the web at: http://www.wmich.edu/tillers/home/ They also have
>some classes on timber framing and blacksmithing as well as coopering.
>Just a thought...
> > From: "Dan Baker" <Capten_Rhys@...>
> > Subject: Re: Planes
> > That would be very cool. Something I didn't really think about was
> > some of the tools that allow us to make other things. I thought about a
> > pole lathe, but haven't done anything yet. The smaller items planes and
> > like never really occurred to me. worth looking at to see what types of
> > things they might have used. Maybe jigs for coopering, or for bending
> > I wonder what there is to find.
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