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jimi43

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Great video Chris....thanks for posting.

One part that for me was a :idea: moment....the lathe driven spindle sander for hand finishing the handles.

Now I just happen to have a crappy lathe body in the garage...just got to find some space....mmmm #-o

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yes in the other video im sure they have jubilee doing the same job, there obviously feeling the pinch so they have downsized to a Chinese special

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Excellent video.
Surprised you'd not thought of that Jimi :wink:
I've used a Carroll drum sander in my cordless to great effect to achieve the same result.
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jimi43":2lktb9k7 said:
Great video Chris....thanks for posting.

One part that for me was a :idea: moment....the lathe driven spindle sander for hand finishing the handles.

Now I just happen to have a crappy lathe body in the garage...just got to find some space....mmmm #-o

Jim
You might also be interested in look at the results of a search for "sanding bow" (and the obvious variants) on a carving forum.

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Thanks BB...I certainly shall!

I have started with the horizontal spindle sander project already as I happen to have one of those (otherwise useless) Wolf "lathes" in the garage which only this week was destined for the bootfair having got in my way just once too often.

For once in my life I have discovered something's value before I throw it out! :oops:

No...where did I put that longbow.... :mrgreen:

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Only just come across this shoot board plane
Have been willing Neilsen to produce this after I regretably sold my Stanley version. The new model looks a lot more desirable

Great stuff!
Paul
 

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Kalimna":1grc66d0 said:
if that's not a drive-by gloat, I don't know what is :)
Now there you'd be wrong. A classic 'drive-by' is a true art form at which I'm a mere amateur, compared to some hereabouts. The essential ingredient of the genre has to be a pic of some description, which in theory is about:



...renovating the 'shop floor, but which in actual fact contains the object of one's desires, suitably positioned in one corner of the shot to draw attention to itself . See what I mean? The true 'drive-by' requires much skill and deft cunning to be really effective :wink: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: - Rob
 

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Kalimna":8jj5pzsx said:
I see the 'cunning' nicely placed on the corner of the bench :) Although there may be more underneath - cant make out in the photo ;)

Adam
That's not a 'drive-by' though, that's their normal storage position. The object in a 'drive-by' has to be conspicuous, but inconspicuous at the same time and usually mixed up with a lot of other stuff. It takes a lot of careful planning to organise a good shot, which is where the 'deft cunning' comes into play - Rob
 

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I think then, I might need some practice. But I shall see what I can come up with for next piccies :) Would a minor gloat of a new QS plane count with some other stuff in the background?

Adam

P.S. Sorry for derailing the thread.
 

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Kalimna":1tvigwu5 said:
I think then, I might need some practice. But I shall see what I can come up with for next piccies :) Would a minor gloat of a new QS plane count with some other stuff in the background?

Adam

P.S. Sorry for derailing the thread.
Better if it were a Holtey Adam, but the practice will do you good! - Rob
 

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I cant quite afford a Holtey (!), but I am 40 in a few years, and I do like the Stauer/Steiner website :) Hint, hint, Mrs Adam :)
As for the QS - well, I do have a couple of other things that I could put in the background that might count a little more.....
 
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