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Tom Fidgen's Unplugged Woodshop (two handled rasps)

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16 minutes ago, p_toad said:

Anyway, those tools remind me of certain two-handled draw knives or push knives i've seen; so probably good for control, but not a new idea.

Be interesting to hear how well they work when John gets his set.

Two sets! :D

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8 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

My tools all have names. Often they start with !#/#=!.

 

I don't believe it, some of our tools must be related! Isn't that a coincidence?

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4 hours ago, schnewj said:

So, do you use adjectives, like NicKP, does (cute, handsome, pretty), to describe the lookers?  :lol:

 

thought the same...

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4 hours ago, p_toad said:

Erm, our personal relationship stays private.   What's said in the workshop stays in the workshop.  :lol::o

 

if the SO hears....

you either get to stay in the shop or she'll be making clinical appointments for ya...

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2 hours ago, schnewj said:

Two sets! :D

 

three...

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2 hours ago, schnewj said:

I don't believe it, some of our tools must be related! Isn't that a coincidence?

 

now we're talkin' the real deal...

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2 hours ago, p_toad said:

Anyway, those tools remind me of certain two-handled draw knives or push knives i've seen; so probably good for control, but not a new idea.

Be interesting to hear how well they work when John gets his set.

That's exactly what was going through Tom's mind when he asked these to be designed for him. He wanted a spoke shave or draw knife feel for a filing operation.

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