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  1. New set of Awls

    Made up a set of awls from some leftover 3/16" music wire, a Purple Heart pen blank and a piece of pine. The long one with the Purple Heart is spiral ground with a tapered point. The short one in pine is a Bird Cage tip. I stripped off the earlier handle, just didn't like it. For the Bird Cage...
  2. screwdrivermarking tool swap

    How do you make a screwdriver without a lathe, hmmm. seems there are a LOT of ways to work wood down to something close to a round shape. I tried many of them, and came up with the following. I started with several small billets of curly Maple, and Walnut. I never actually measured them, but I...
  3. Side board

    Here's a sideboard made from ambrosia maple and cherry the door trim is wenge and the square pegs are made from reclaimed piano keys with a hand rubbed oil finish three drops of oil and three days of rubbing mjon
  4. First Marking Knife...

    I got a little shop time today, and made a new tool. I recently cleared a bunch of space, and got a whole new corner for the shop which I share with the family storage area. While I was cleaning the shop I found a broken jigsaw blade. I read somewhere on the internet that you could make a...
  5. Awls and Knives for Marking Knife Swap

    Here are some of the knives and awls I made for the Marking Tools swap. I sent GMatheson a walnut awl, and marking knife. The awl was made from a kit from Czech Edge consisting of O1 steel and ferrule. I also got 2 marking knife kits (they are the ones in zebrawood) and the bird cage awl kit...
  6. LumberJocks Swaps
    After a great response to the survey for the next theme, "Layout and Marking Tools" gained a significant lead over "Knives" yesterday. It only had a 1-vote lead yesterday morning but ended up winning by 5 votes: So here we go then… The next installment of the LumberJocks tool swaps! A...
  7. Hand Tools
    I saw one of these circle drawing tools advertised, and am just wondering of anyone uses one in their shop. A practical tool to own, or a gimmicky waste of money thing that you use once, toss in a drawer, and never use again?
  8. Hand Tools
    What is your favorite mechanical pencil for woodworking?
  9. Blogs
    3D Printing in the Workshop While this topic doesn't strictly fit into the guidelines of timber product, it does incorporate the processing of said prerequisite, however, to err on the side of veto wizards I decided to blog instead of projecting it. We need to set the mood! Once...
  10. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I'm having a problem with the height adjustment on my table-mounted Bosch 1617. Once I have the base set in one of the three detents on the motor, the motor can slide freely up and down within a range of about an inch. But when I turn the microadjust knob, the motor doesn't seem to raise or...
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