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Handy tools #4: Scratch stock

05-02-2018 01:06 AM by Dave Polaschek | 7 comments »

Not quite a project, but definitely a handy tool. While making the box for the 2018 box swap, I decided I needed to add a little ornamentation, so I built a scratch stock to put a bead along the edge of some of the pieces. Because there were concave curves to follow, I needed to make the end rounded (I used a 1/2” radius to match the curved pieces I’d made). Then I cut the wood in half, stuck in a piece of steel filed to a profile I liked, and screwed the wood back together. Here’s a t...

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My hand tools #1: Stanley 66 Universal Hand Beader

06-27-2008 02:43 AM by Al Navas | 6 comments »

From my blog entry: A-beading I will go… I had a dilemma to solve: How to decorate the apron on a small stool for granddaughter #2. She uses a little stool to sit while playing the guitar, during her guitar lessons. I don’t have any power tools that would give me what I wanted: I really, really wanted a narrow groove and a bead on the bottom edge of the aprons. Finally, the little light went on, and out came the solution: My Stanley 66 Universal hand beader! I pur...

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