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Found 6 results

  1. From the album: John Morris's Hand Tools

    Keen Kutter marking gauge Dad gave me long time ago. I love this tool.
  2. Here is a great article on Florip Toolworks. Best High-End and Affordable Dovetail Saw! | Wood and Shop WOODANDSHOP.COM I recently discovered an amazing toolmaker who has found a way to sell his top-notch tools at prices that real people can...
  3. Came down with a cold on New Years Eve but back to 100% today. Instead of making dust I played around with some metal all week. I picked this bevel gauge this Summer because I liked how it looked and the price was right. I took it apart before I thought about pictures. There are two screws in the picture. The screw tightens up on a beveled washer on the inside to set the blade where it is needed. The original had the threads stripped off so I made a new one. The thumb piece was soldered into a groove cut in the end of the screw so it was easy to transfer to the new one. The body is nickel plated cast iron and has AVER AUG 6 stamped into it. Gave all the pieces a good wire brushing to clean them up and put it together. Most of the nickel is gone. The wheel has an "S" to mark 90 degree and "3SM" to mark the 45 degrees and 135 degrees. Seems odd, never saw that before. It is surprisingly accurate. Also got a cast iron 8" hacksaw and an adjustable hacksaw with an odd adjustment to it. A thumb knob is moved into an out of squared off notches in the frame. They are both Union Mfg. Probably have to cut a blade down to use the 8" saw.
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  5. While I was in Nashville at the flea market I have to keep my eyes open to see what I can find. I walked by and looked at this Stanley Sweetheart era wood mortise and marking gauge. It has the wrong type of screw on the top but the rest of it was in pretty good condition. The brass plate was intact and the scribing pin so I figured I would find one somewhere that has a better screw and change them out. This one has the Sweetheart logo on the side just above the number. The fellow wanted 8.00 and I gave him 3.00 for it. Not too bad. Patriot Picking.
  6. Don't know if you guys would use such a tool, but, I'm a gadget freak. http://www.chipsfly.com/product/35-580.html?et_mid=691255&rid=237735214
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