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Old 01-13-2019, 04:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnbY0eHZ0CY

Go to about 3:02 and tell me what tool this guy is turning with.
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Old 01-13-2019, 04:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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pretty ingenious. I like it. Great if you have a end workbench vice. I do not. Thanks for showing the link.
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Looks like about a 3/4 wood chisel to me.


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Looks like about a 3/4 wood chisel to me.


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Thanx. That is what I thought, just wanted to make sure I wasn't seeing things.
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Looks like about a 3/4” wood chisel to me.


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Thanx. That is what I thought, just wanted to make sure I wasn't seeing things.
That's what I was thinking also
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3/4" wood chisel. Used one for my first turning. It was my last turning with it. I guess if it was sharp enough it would be similar to a skew.
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That's pretty cool! Only a woodworker could appreciate the time and imagination that went into that.
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3/4" wood chisel. Used one for my first turning. It was my last turning with it. I guess if it was sharp enough it would be similar to a skew.
That's how I used to use it.
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Oh do you mean exactly. :)

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I agree it is a common wood chisel. Is he using it as a skew or a scraper? It is not presented at the normal scraper angle, but it also doesn't look to be presented as a skew. I think that presentation is likely not the safest practice. I picked up some used tools at a garage sale or auction years ago and I believe several started life as chisels and are now scrapers. Carbon steel so I don't use them much at all.

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