|Forum topic by Derek Cohen||posted 1780 days ago||8196 views||19 times favorited||33 replies|
1780 days ago
After a thread a few months back on shop made tools, I was recently asked to post a few of mine. Here are some…
Chamfer plane. This is a bevel up orientation in Jarrah with a 15 degree bed. The butterfly “knob” is deliberate so that adjustments may be made quickly. The blade is extended after each run until the profile/depth is reached …
This is a dovetail plane. I used a derelict skew rabbet plane as the base.
Old Woman’s Tooth (OWT), or router plane.
For perspective ..
Small carcase/tenon saw (10” crosscut) ...
Small bowsaw for dovetails ..
Small infill bevel up smoother from a Stanley #3 (a fantastic performer!) ..
30” razee jointer in Jarrah (60 degree bevel down) ..
A set of carving knives for a friend …
A dovetail marking knife and awl set ..
There are more if you are not bored! There are also tutorials on my website to make some of these tools.
Regards from Perth
-- Buildiing furniture, and reviewing and building tools at http://www.inthewoodshop.com