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Forum topic by Macio posted 06-18-2018 03:10 PM 1097 views 0 times favorited 29 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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06-18-2018 03:10 PM

Can someone tell me why that chiesel have so strange shape?


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#1 posted 06-18-2018 04:51 PM

Looks like a custom grind to me.

-- Its not a crack, its a casting imperfection.

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#2 posted 06-18-2018 07:22 PM

Looks like someone was using it in a molding plane.

-- Hutch, Rhode Island

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#3 posted 06-18-2018 08:21 PM

In my opinion grind looks original.

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#4 posted 06-18-2018 08:25 PM


In my opinion grind looks original.

- Macio

I would agree, but then there are some pretty talented metal workers out there. Who knows.

it look to be laying on a piece of Alder chipboard.

-- Alaskan's for Global warming!

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#5 posted 06-18-2018 08:37 PM

In Poland its called OSB.

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#6 posted 06-18-2018 10:53 PM

My first thought was for wood turning. But I’ve never needed a shape for any of my turning or common woodworking endeavors. But then again I’ve only been woodworking since 8 am. I still have two more hours to go.:)

-- Aj

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#7 posted 06-18-2018 11:33 PM

I’d say a beading tool for spindles on the lathe.

-- Random Orbital Nailer

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#8 posted 06-18-2018 11:51 PM

the only thing that makes sense is shop made.

-- Shooting down the walls of heartache. Bang bang. I am. The warrior.

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#9 posted 06-19-2018 12:13 AM

Looks like it might be for shaping round tenons?

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#10 posted 06-19-2018 12:40 AM



In Poland its called OSB.

- Macio

Where I live it is call a number of things, OSB, waferboard , chip board and a couple I can’t say on a family forum. But does it have Alder in it?

https://www.istockphoto.com/photo/osb-plywood-wood-waferboard-chipboard-construction-gm154907344-15245399

-- Alaskan's for Global warming!

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#11 posted 06-19-2018 07:35 PM

Looks a little like a power chisel.

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#12 posted 06-20-2018 09:20 AM

Mayby name of brand will tell U something more.
I couldn’t find anything.

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#13 posted 06-20-2018 09:46 AM

BURYS & Co
CAST STEEL , is that correct?

The logo looks like a full face motorcycle helmet and next to it an Ostrich with its head buried in the sand but surely that is only a co incidence with Burys & Co.

Bill, with a tang like that I dont think it would be a power chisel. (I could be wrong)
Aj2 and DL, My guess is a lathe tool as well. See brackets above.

Maybe Bob Summerfield may know, ... he is a guru on medalions and trade marks..

P.S. OSB is polish for Alder !!

-- Regards Rob

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#14 posted 06-20-2018 11:19 AM

If you use Google you will find information on the company…..Sheffield area in the 1880s.

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#15 posted 06-20-2018 11:54 AM

DOWEL CHISEL :<))

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