Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'spoon bit'

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Forge table #6: Turning the legs

01-07-2021 11:31 PM by Dave Polaschek | 11 comments »

Got some time at the lathe today and here’s what happened: Took me almost an hour per leg, but the last one went quicker than the first couple, so there was progress. Most of the work was done with the skew, but a little with a thumbnail gouge and some with a domed scraper. Then it was time to bore holes for the stretchers. I marked a center in the worst side of each leg, and drilled with a brace and a half-inch auger bit until I heard the little tschick of the lead screw popping ou...

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Museum tools back to life #1: Spoon and reamer augers - one from France one from Denmark

12-05-2016 09:06 PM by mafe | 12 comments »

Spoon and reamer augersmuseum tools back to life The summer 2015 I was at a marked with some friends, there were a guy selling tools, he had gotten his hands on a museum that was closing down and so he had some interesting things, I bought a few, just the once I needed… Laugh.The reason I did not buy too many, was that there were worm in all the wood and I don’t bring that into my workshop shop, if I do, they have to get new wood or a treatment if I judge it possible. Here t...

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