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Inlay Tools #5: Thicknessing Gauge

07-13-2009 04:30 PM by Jon3 | 3 comments »

Once again, I went for some more of that curly spalted maple offcut. I spent some time seeing if I could figure out how to make my own tooling from a spare card scraper, my my first attemps to cut down hardened stock were a pretty big failure. I picked up the L-N cutters, since they’re only $15 and appropriately sized already, and went to town. This is by far the simplest tool in the batch. Really, its just a block of wood with 2 cuts, 2 rabbets, and 4 screws. I didn’t thin...

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Inlay Tools #4: Slicing Gauge

07-13-2009 04:22 PM by Jon3 | 2 comments »

With my straight line cutter complete, I moved on to the slicing gauge. This tool, along with a slicing board (which is really just a board with a lip to hold the inlay material up against) allows you to cut (a ripping action) long thin strips from your inlay sheet stock. This is the first part of making the inlay material itself. Here is my ‘raw materials’ shot. I went with a curly spalted maple body, and a Sipo cutter support bar left over from the previous tool’s offcuts....

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Woodish-Hand-Tool-Gathering down in BeanTown --by RusticWoodArt

11-29-2007 02:23 PM by frank | 2 comments »

Woodish-Hand-Tool-Gathering down in BeanTown This Friday and Saturday any and all woodworkers who love workin’ the wood by hand, get a chance to see some new tool works coming forth from Lie-Nielsen Toolworks USA. ”Come see our new line of Inlay Tools in their first public appearance!” Along with this wonderful opportunity to get down into BeanTown, there is the added benefit of visiting the North Bennet Street School and also a chance to see live one on one demonstrat...

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