|Project by Notw||posted 12-18-2014 09:17 PM||2844 views||8 times favorited||13 comments|
A few tools that I have made:
The first is a mallet made out of Walnut and Maple, the head is full of BBs and weighs 1lbs 0.6 oz
The second is a marking gauge made out of Walnut and Cherry with brass hardware and a homemade blade made from a jigsaw blade. Very sharp and cuts great.
The third is another marking gauge with a friction fitting and a sharpened nail for the cutter, it is made from Walnut and Brazilian Cherry
The fourth is a center gauge made from Red Oak dowels and Walnut, with a sharpened screw for the point.
The fifth is dovetail cutting gauge made from Brazilian Cherry with a rare earth magnet, set to 1:6
The sixth us a try gauge made from Walnut and quartersawn White Oak
The seventh is a sliding bevel gauge made from Rosewood and brass, the plan for this came from a Shopnotes magazine and was my first time using brass. A lot of fun to make
All of these were finished with a coat of polyurethane and are all used regularly. Thanks for looking