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as found

07-22-2013 03:24 PM by John | 4 comments »

not much to see yet – i found a very rusty draw knife at an antique store and talked them down from $5 to $3 – here it is, as found…

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Drawknife from a file #3: general assembly

03-16-2013 06:22 PM by RobynHoodridge | 2 comments »

With the blade form created (see the previous installment of this series); and the handles planned (see the installment before that), i set about adding handles and creating, essentially, a functional drawknife....Three millimeter thick, 20 mm wide, mild steel flat-bar was bent into the shape informed by the prototype i had made in acrylic plastic. And these steel-strip-handles were riveted to the file-derived-blade..The rivets were brass machine-screws which i ground the thread off of to bri...

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Playing Around with Carving #8: Mads Inspired Spoon Horse

08-11-2011 02:00 AM by WayneC | 22 comments »

I’ve been playing with spoon carving and thinking that being able to use a spokeshave and drawknife will speed the shaping of the handles. I have clamped the work to my carving bench with some success, but Mads's shave horse has inspired me to think about making a similar solution. I really do not want to tackle a full sized shave horse at this time and I did some thinking about how I could come up with something to use on my carving bench. I am thinking of making a jig simil...

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No sharpen draw knife

03-31-2009 11:09 PM by Craftsman on the lake | 9 comments »

I thought some people might be interested in my drawknife. It never dulls. Ever. This is a picture (below) of one of my draw knives. I have three but this one is special and very, very different. It was made around 1976 and has been used a lot. The thing is, I can’t dull it, and I can’t sharpen it. Now, I’ve never tried purposely to dull it. I’ve used it mostly to carve guitar necks in mahogany and maple. And I’ve used it on other things too but always respect...

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