|Project by CJay||posted 02-21-2011 05:19 PM||7256 views||28 times favorited||12 comments|
Making tools started out as an exercise in saving money, but i’ve got to confess i really got into it. i’ve been inspired by projects like Loogie's Cutting Gauge, tools like this arn’t just cheeper or more fun to make, they’re better than most that you’ll be able to buy.
Plans are being concocted for a radius inlay cutter, along with some wooden hollowing planes.
But anyhoo, Here we have a cam opperated marking gauge (just twist to lock), a trammel for drawing circles up to about 300mm radius, a wooden hammer that was ment for adjusting my little victor plane but it’s mostly used for setting stringing and inlay, and a purfling cutter to cut along curves for inlay work.