|Forum topic by Thuzmund||posted 12-20-2013 12:02 AM||1070 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
12-20-2013 12:02 AM
So I have plenty of odd tools lying around the place and I’ve heard that creating your own lathe tools is a great way to add to one’s collection. I could use some scrapers with different profiles, like a sharp point, or a long, cruved skew scraper or chisel. I just have a basic set and some bowl gouges right now.
I am looking at a few objects I wouldn’t mind losing to heinous experiementation. I wonder if anyone else out there has tried these objects and could share what they thought of their applicability?
- A box wrench made of Cr-V steel
From what I have gathered so far on google, file steels are safe choices. The Cr-V wrench and pry bar are the wild cards it would seem…
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