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Blog series by Dutchy updated 12-01-2015 09:15 PM 7 parts 9106 reads 31 comments total

Part 1: Saw clamps

11-04-2015 08:49 PM by Dutchy | 6 comments »

I started building a chevalet. I want to thank Paul (aka shipwright) and Mike for their help. Downloaded the Sketch up drawing made by Paul. Below pictures of making the saw clamps. Thanks for watching

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Part 2: Saw bow

11-04-2015 09:10 PM by Dutchy | 5 comments »

I started building a chevalet. I want to thank Paul (aka shipwright) and Mike for their help. Downloaded the Sketch up drawing made by Paul. Below pictures of making the saw bow. Thanks for watching

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Part 3: Gliding system

11-09-2015 09:59 PM by Dutchy | 4 comments »

I started building a chevalet. I want to thank Paul (aka shipwright) and Mike for their help. Downloaded the Sketch up drawing made by Paul. Below some pictures of making the chevalet gliding system. Thanks for watching

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Part 4: Stand(ard)

11-10-2015 08:10 PM by Dutchy | 3 comments »

I started building a chevalet. I want to thank Paul (aka shipwright) and Mike for their help. Downloaded the Sketch up drawing made by Paul. Yesterday and today I made the chevalet stand and mounted gliding system and stand on my workbench. Now he is alomost finished. See pictures below. Thanks for watching

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Part 5: Storage

11-11-2015 04:38 PM by Dutchy | 1 comment »

Today I ordered some saw blades for the chevalet and also found a place for storage. Thanks for watching.

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Part 6: Saw blades

11-12-2015 06:11 PM by Dutchy | 5 comments »

Today I got some different (jigsaw) saw blades. But the intarsia pattern isn’t yet there. Therefore, you have to be patient about my experiences with the chevalet. I first started with a new toys and joys plan.

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Part 7: A cautious start

12-01-2015 09:15 PM by Dutchy | 7 comments »

I started with making a intarisa raccoon and tried some different saw blades. The first blade I tried was the most expensive. As you can see this blades are called maketerie, the dutch word for marqueterie. The blades are very coarse. And it is hard to make curves with it.... The second blade I tried is the second most expensive. It is very easy to make curves with this blades, almost to easy but the saw cut is very rough....The cheapest I used I liked the most.... Below a few mor...

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