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Blog series by mafe updated 06-04-2019 05:04 PM 3 parts 5689 reads 27 comments total

Part 1: Folding travel version - building as I go.

05-31-2019 12:50 PM by mafe | 11 comments »

Folding travel version building as I go… Time for riding horses again or at least building another shaving horse, this time a travel version, that can be folded up and brought with you, or just stored away for later use, without taking up too much space. I will be making a spoon mule top for it in a later blog, so it can have several uses. Here I am on the shaving horse. I made it relatively short and low, so I could keep the weight and size at a minimum, so if you are taller ...

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Part 2: Details and more - the final knock down

05-31-2019 09:20 PM by mafe | 6 comments »

Details and more the final knock down Part two. Found time before bed for the second part.So lets start where we let go, in the back yard at the workshop. Me on a horse, trying to pose for Hands of God and Adam by Michelangelo… Naaaa, just the wonderful old lady next door, that came to say hello and see the horse and the donkey on top of it. She is a wonderful lady, who have lived in the building forever. Ok, lets get back to doing some shavings.The test was fine, I’m ...

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Part 3: Spoon mule - for shaving horse & workbench

06-04-2019 05:04 PM by mafe | 10 comments »

Spoon mulefor shaving horse & workbench As promised; a spoon mule to mount on the MaFeSan shaving horse, or on your workbench, in the tail vice. As the idea of this horse, was to be able to bring it out into nature, for green woodworking, I thought it would be cool to have a spoon mule option on it, so this is what this part of the blog is about. For those who are not familiar with a spoon mule, it’s a device to hold the spoon or other small objects, while you work on them....

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