New Whiteside Router Bits Raised Panel,Multi Form, 1/2" Shank - $200

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Forum topic by Forge3044 posted 07-08-2011 08:36 PM 1214 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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07-08-2011 08:36 PM

(7) new ,never used, 1/2” shank Whiteside router bits. $580 new. Priced for quick sell

Whiteside large raised panel bit
6000B 3 Wing 3-3/8 dia ½” shank Ball Bearing Guide
Cove Router Bit #1805 1/2” Shank #2060 1 ½” Roundover w/Ball Bearing Guide #3070 T-Slot Cutter #3342 Classic, Multi-Form #3360 Lock Miter Bit 3 ½” D #6001 Stile And Rai Setl -5/8” D x 1” CL x ¼” Reveal

-- --- Hand Forged Tools --- Ravenswood, West Virginia

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#1 posted 07-08-2011 08:48 PM

Hmm, great price. I’m very interested as I needed some of these. Why are you selling them?

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#2 posted 07-08-2011 09:00 PM

I’m actually not a woodworker but have worked in the woodworking industry as a tool maker/tool grinder for a number of years. These bits are from a big collection of woodworking tools that I’ve accumulated. My shop is a metal shop for hand forging tools. Everything else must go because of upcoming relocation of my shop. I’m going mobile!

-- --- Hand Forged Tools --- Ravenswood, West Virginia

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#3 posted 07-08-2011 10:13 PM

OK, now I’m really interested…not in the bits, got those….but your business! What type of tools will you be making/grinding? Are we talking a mobile sharpening service? I’m intrigued.

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#4 posted 07-10-2011 11:00 PM

The plan is to take my blacksmithing mobile to renaissance fairs and possibly attend woodcarving/woodworking shows with hand forged tools and a sharpening service. I plan to relocate my ironwork shop to a permanent location. I would like to offer an internet based hand tool sharpening service. I think a service that offers a grind and hand polish for plane blades would attract some interest. I would also offer the service to all woodworking hand tools.

-- --- Hand Forged Tools --- Ravenswood, West Virginia

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