Re: [medievalsawdust] Re: Smithing
- Morgan Hubbard of Plantagenant Shoes in EnglandSteve
"James W. Pratt, Jr." <cunning@...> wrote:
Who is your shoe maker? I enjoy makeing shoes and pattens.
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- Do it! I will find a tube!James Cunningham----- Original Message -----From: The LueggesSent: Wednesday, April 07, 2004 10:18 PMSubject: Re: [medievalsawdust] On the making of tools.I estimated a weight of five pounds and size of 36x3x3 in a tube (options from the USPS website) and using priority mail it came to under $6. If I send ya $10 could you send me as many as you could? Heck I am geeked now! I am ready to make something that will make something... er... something... I have never shipped anything via the mail or other wise but I have heard that they have boxes for free but I could be wrong, never really needed to look into it. If you need more lemme know and we can refigure the price.Thanks, Oengus.----- Original Message -----From: James W. Pratt, Jr.Sent: 3/24/2004 11:06:22 PMSubject: Re: [medievalsawdust] On the making of tools.Pay for the shipping!!Central Ohio 43044James CunninghamFurthermore, what would it take to get ahold of half a dozen or so pieces of said blades, say three feet long give or take?I live in southwest Michigan, zip code 49093.Yours, Oengus.Subject: Re: [medievalsawdust] On the making of tools.I have 20-40 1 1/2 inch wide bandsawmill blades that would work well. most have one to one and 1/4 tooth per inch.Some I welded up into an axe.James Cunningham