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Tree Branch Chisel Rack/Stand for Chopping Chisels

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Project by ChuckM posted 421 days ago 1140 views 1 time favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I have two sets of Narex chisels, one sharpened at 35 degrees for chopping. The chopping set needed a home and this tree branch stand was born, out of one of the branch blocks saved for woodturning years ago.

For rust protection, the slots were soaked with WD40, the cheapest and most effective rust prevention agent.

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Sergio

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#1 posted 421 days ago

Funny

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#2 posted 421 days ago

What kind of wood is it ?

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Don W

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#3 posted 421 days ago

is that so you never get “stumped”?

Innovative!

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ChuckM

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#4 posted 421 days ago

Hello Dusty56,

It is some kind of heavy species with a reddish core. The person who gave it (boxful) to me didn’t know its name. Can anyone help from looking at the picture please?

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Don W

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#5 posted 421 days ago

it looks like locust to me.

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#6 posted 421 days ago

Thank you : ) Forgot to say …Nice project !

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#7 posted 420 days ago

Looks like Locust to me, too.

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#8 posted 420 days ago

Unique!

Best,

Serge

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#9 posted 416 days ago

Locust indeed!

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