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Paul Chapman

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This was my first go at woodturning



It was made on paulm's super-duper lathe



And this is the second one I made



I really like them and use them all the time.

Cheers :wink:

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My "little" Holtzapffel....



That man knew how to make handles....



...the master toolmaker of all time...



Now...if I could just find his lathe at a bootfair too.... 8)

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some nice examples there, heres my 2 sadly neither are hand crafted by me but both nice in there own way

the first one is a stanley "HURWOOD" cost me a fiver :( but i love it its the perfect plane screwdriver and i use it alot



the nice thing about it, it has a metal strike cap fitted not that i ever want to strike it but its cool.



when ever i saw these or ebay i always thought they where abit of a gimmick until i saw this one at a booty for 50p, a really clean example of Yankee lookalike its fantastic just need to get some more bits for it



keep them coming guys

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adidat":3hf1w3ul said:
a really clean example of Yankee lookalike its fantastic just need to get some more bits for it
Try to get an adaptor for it and you can then use any hex screwdriver bits



Cheers :wink:

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The Philips screwdrivers were made up from parts from LV ..



Don't forget to hollow grind the flat blade drivers ..



Multipurpose screwdrivers can be made from quick-change drill holders (not the magnetic type, where bits can fall out) ..





Stanley handplane levercap screwdriver made from an old turnscrew ..



Turnscrews are also good for split-nut drivers ..



.. and don't forget that small braces not only drill pilot holes, but make damn good drivers as well ..



Regards from Perth

Derek
 

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Nice shapes those Malcolm. I have a few vintage ones...the really large tipped ones that are great for "engineering" work.

I had a look at your work too...simply love the jewellery box mate...lovely piece.

Jimi
 
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