Finally finished installing my dust system (anti-dust system?). It’s yet another HF mod. For this one I mounted the DC on a shelf above the chip collector – with the obligatory Thien baffle. The exhaust goes out the ceiling and through...
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To understand the deckle joint, I drew it first in Sketchup. Here’s how it looks, apart and assembled: After assembly, I used a rounderover bit to take an arc out of the outside corners.
Having finished the white oak mold and deckle, I’m rethinking my choice of woods. Sure, white oak looks great and it’s really stout, but it weighs significantly more than the mahogany in the Timothy Moore model. Paper mold with mesh...
The first step was to mill the white oak and Spanish cedar to oversized billets and let them season a week or two in the shop. After final milling, I dovetailed the white oak frame by hand (good practice!) and set out to mill the airfoil-shaped su...
This is a bit of a catch-up post, as I’ve been working on this project for several weeks now. I’m building a more-or-less historically accurate paper mold that will be used to make paper out of West Texas cotton that we’ll pri...