A few months ago i started looking for some kind of plan for a grinder frame using a 22’ stone wheel, i couldn’t find a plan but i found a couple of photos but they were not appropriate for the early 1800s time period.So i came up with...
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I am 68 yrs. old and have been into woodworking for about 45 of those yrs.
I am retired from the local school system where i was the maintenance man, i did electrical, plumbing and mechanical repair, and did a lot of cabinet work for them in the 30 yrs. that i was employed there. Before that i was a general carpenter.
I have worked at remodeling several houses, and built a lot of furniture and other projects, I don't have a lot of photos of these. but i plan on posting more of the ones i do have.
I am also involved in muzzleloading and have been since the mid seventies, i have built rifles and other gear. i do a little blacksmithing.
-- Lumberdog.. Michigan
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We have a pre. 1840 settlement site with a tavern, trading post,small cabins and a blacksmith shop. we are looking for some plans to build a foot powered grind stone base with a water box, we have a couple of wheels. If anyone could help us out we...