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  1. Hard to believe but only two more days left in April! Really looking forward to summer weather. Our Patriot Turners- @Gerald gave us a peek at his shop made parting tool. Unlike a lot of parting tools, this one cuts cleanly. Gerald explains how he created this tool, in his post- @RustyFN posted his almost completed combination bowl. This one is a beauty and combines multiple disciplines. Rusty got lots of positive comments on his work. You can read them in this update to his original thread- Rusty also
  2. A little longer post this week. Was away last week and didn't have access to my weekly list of stuff to post. Our Patriot Turners- @RustyFN posted a picture of a bowl he started for a continuing project with the turning club in which he is a member. Rusty showed us a picture of what will be added to this turning, during a future club meeting. Turning can be a messy hobby. Rusty posted some of his by-products- @AndrewB continues working on pepper mills. In this post, he shows us one of his maple mills assembled and finis
  3. Lots happening with our turners this week... Our Patriot Turners- @FrederickH posted a project in the woodworking section. He is making a box for his lathe chuck/jaws. From all the comments and ideas, I thought maybe our turners would like to see what he made and all the other ideas form his post- You can see the build and how he finished the inside to hold his chuck- @Smallpatch showed us his in progress steady rest. Looks like it is going to be a nice one too- Jess' post contains images of his build, lots of commen
  4. RustyFN


    I used a scraper for the first time today. I have one that is around 3/4” round nose. It came in a Benjamin’s Best kit I bought years ago. I sharpened it and tried it and liked it a lot. Thinking about buying a good one. Thinking about a 1” with a curved left side. Looking for opinions and good brands.
  5. Hope this finds all of you and your families safe and well. The weather here has been beautiful. Even had an awesome thunderstorm last night. Our Patriot Turners- @FrederickH managed to score some really nice turning tools and asked our members their opinions. Check out his post and see if you can provide some additional advice- Most of us have been asked to stay at home during this health crisis. One of the other forums, at the Patriot, is showing our members' quarantine project. @John Hechel posted a beautiful walnut
  6. It was more than a hunnert dollahs It was the Glen Lucas one. Anyway I was jonesing to try it So I got myself a hunk of cheap steel bar 3/8" x 1" And I rummaged up a half inch hunk of hardened High speed Steel ( a metal lathe tool bit) TIG Welded 'em together and got this
  7. I've had these forever. They was with my grandfathers tools. I have no idea what they are or what they are used for. Both made by ANDERSON BROS MFG. CO. Both have a slide on them. Both look like a file with no teeth. No sharp edges anywhere.
  8. RustyFN


    I have been watching a lot of videos on youtube. It seems like everybody that uses a Scraper ends up with a lot smoother finish before sanding. Does the Scraper really give you a better finish and less sanding? It is worth getting one? Thanks
  9. One of my goals in my work, is to avoid using a sander. I have heard such great things about these scrapers, I went and purchased the rectangular and original scrapers from https://www.stewmac.com/ These scrapers will be used for my chair back slates and arms, and of course any other flat or curved work that demands a fine surface. I'll review them first chance I get! The Original below The Rectangular/Concave below A short video on the inventor and how to sharpen this scraper.
  10. I was going back and forth over scrapers. I thought maybe I really liked a Glenn Lucas negative rake scraper. Then I saw a Kelton tool. It's got a little pivot. I had a Sorby scraper blade. so I made a Kelton type drop edge tool
  11. I watched his video on turning stumps. It is interesting, but long. During the smoothing said that he was going to scrap it smooth. He proceeded to use what looked like flat scrapping tool. Can someone tell me how this works, does it do a good job smoothing? (If you watch the video, you will find that you will skip ahead}
  12. I love visiting our sponsors "Woodcraft Magazine" site, it's such a cool place to peruse and just hang out, and it looks great! Here is a cool jig I found, thanks Woodcraft!
  13. The two elder brothers of the Peugeot family which had been originally miller and tanners setup a foundry in 1810, Peugeot Frere Anies. During the following industrial revolution the Peugeot destiny was transformed. Their factories embodied the success and strength of the metalworking industry. Having factories in towns arouind Sochaux: Saus-Cratet, Terre Blanche, Beaulieu, Pont de Roide gave them much success. Expansion into many different domains followed in the decades to come. Workers were taken care of both professionally and personally. Emergency funds for the staff, welfare aid for
  14. After using one of these in a friend's shop I had to have it. An excellent tool, easily sharpened and fairly inexpensive. Stew Mac
  15. And a couple old rusty tools. Found an 18" long Craftsman Backsaw for a dollar bill. And, a Stanley #70 scraper plane. The saw can wait a while, until I have the right sized files to sharpen the DULL teeth with The Stanley #70: It has a curved sole and a cambered iron. Used to scrape off painted labels on wooden shipping crates. This one was very nasty looking. Wire wheels on the Drill press to clean most of the crud and rust off. Gave the iron the once over. Might have used the force, too The chisel came from FeeBay, an Eagle Brand 7,
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