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Re: [medievalsawdust] Tool source

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  • kjworz@comcast.net
    Those spoon bits are ok. They are made by Clico, the British toolmaker that used to be called Clifton. They do the new Stanley planes you buy now and Record,
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 31, 2003
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      Those spoon bits are ok. They are made by Clico, the British toolmaker that used to be called Clifton. They do the new Stanley planes you buy now and Record, too.

      Better bits, are made by Mr Emhoff. His tapered reamer is superior to any reamer, old or new, I've tried. Expensive though.

      He's not online, but her is his info
      Fred Emhof (Wharton Valley Chairworks)
      5884 State Hwy. 51, Burlington Flats, NY 13315
      Phone: (607) 965-8420
      Handcrafted spoon bits, taper reamer, travisher


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      -Chris Schwartz, Ex-Brewer
      Stealth #97
      Silver Spring, MD
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