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    For Sale 1 Spear and Jackson Saw and 1 Turner saw

    Hi, Rip cut (I seem to remember)
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    For Sale 1 Spear and Jackson Saw and 1 Turner saw

    Having a clear out and want thses to go to a good home. For my woodwork they cut well, just I don't need more saws. I'm away from home at the moment, so can get measurements tomorrow. Turner Saw Blade is firm in the handle and doesn't rock. £12 plus postage Spear and Jackson...
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    How would this be laid out. . .

    Thanks for all the info. I laid out using the diagram Yojevol provided and twaeking a bit. Laid out using a template then cut out by hand. Took a while but the effect I was looking for. Thanks.
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    How would this be laid out. . .

    Brian that is brilliant. I will attempt a version with a piece of paper and compass.
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    How would this be laid out. . .

    It is mine. So I think I'll take a picture face on, then draw round it using the PC so I can then scale as much as I want. I was more curious as to how to lay it out by hand. However I'd also like to replicate it.
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    Record 77a Question and refurb

    It looks likely has the maching marks on it still. Even with the wonky blade it takes nice think shavings.
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    How would this be laid out. . .

    I did think about a French curve, then thought there must be a way to sort it without a fc. I am looking to replicate the design but on a smaller scale.
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    How would this be laid out. . .

    Not using a computer, but using a pair of compasses. It is on top of a dresser, and is symetrical in the X axis. To me it looks like a modifed Oghee. Moving from left to the center, the first round is larger than the hollow it joins and then becomes a point. The next round is higher that...
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    Record 77a Question and refurb

    Sorry for the late reply, here are some pics: Not too bad, a little bit of rust, and some paint to remove This shows the chip, which is a bit tricky to see. Split into component parts, again not too bad. Giving it a quick clean and sorting out the threads etc...
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    Record 77a Question and refurb

    I've just received a Record 77A. It has both the shims and a good length of blade left. It needs a bit if a clean and fettle which is part of the reason I purchased it. Anyway upon looking at the sole there is a chip in the middle, looks like someone hit a screw. It's not going to get a...
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    Guitar "vine" inlay approach

    Circulr inlays lpok good as well I'm beginning to think. I'd like to play the guiar this side of Chistmas. So think I'll keep it simple.
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    Guitar "vine" inlay approach

    I will do a test on scrap first. I assume angle the blade towards the inside of the inlay?
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    Guitar "vine" inlay approach

    I have a fret board that I am thinking about fret markers. I then saw the Ibanez Jem Vine of life design For square/rectangle inlays I can see how to cut out/carve, however what would the process be for the vine using hand tools. Trace the design onto the inlay material, cut out...
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    Planing to 3mm tips

    Yep meant 200mm not m! Tip about the superglue is the way to go I think. Cheers.
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    Planing to 3mm tips

    Hello, I've been attemptingto plane various pieces of ash to 3mm,but I'm finding it a bit tricky. I've tried: Holding the piece in a vice. Using a bench dog only just protruding above the bence. Clamping one end of the piece thicknessing the swapping to the other end. Any other tips or...
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