Monday, October 10, 2011

Sunny Sunday in the School Shop

Sometimes, working on the weekends feels good...


  1. beautyful pic, it really inspires

  2. Yes indeed. Say, what is that death stop attachment that you are using called? I need to get one of those.

  3. Julio - Thank you!

    Marilyn - Thanks!

    That one is a Stanley #47. Not nearly as well known as the #49, but much better to use. It is much easier to adjust, and it doesn't gouge the work surface like the #49 often does.

    I don't use the stops much, but this job was a little finicky and the wood was inconsistent. Normally I just do a test bore and count the revolutions. This works great most of the time, but for some reason this bench top was being argumentative, so I brought in the 47 and it worked like a charm.

  4. Yeah! Thanks for the bonus information as well! I'm seeing some large work bench mortise in my future and this could come in very handy.

  5. Marilyn - You're welcome! Sounds like fun!

  6. I have to admit this is why I like doing finish carpentry.there is definitely craft in it, most certainly skill required.


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