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Old 02-25-2017, 09:33 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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a jig to rough out a chunk of log with a chainsaw to a rough round blank for turning on the lathe.
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It's for splitting Banksia nuts....
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Clothes drying rack?
What...!

Could it be one end of one of those...? sure, with another of them installed some distance apart, it would be a good cloth line with its one adjustment for height, anything is possible...!

What have you been drinking, today...?

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Wood holder to attach to your vehicle for when you are out and about.
I have "pondered" on your answer but, I can't see how it could be used for such purpose, there are other tools that are a lot better suited for that sort of bush work.

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It's for splitting Banksia nuts....
Banksia nuts...?

Banksias don't grow nuts but pods...!

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Well, there has been a few of you that seem to recognise or understand what such a tool could be used for and I can confirm that;

1- If the question was, what is the name of the tool, the answer would be, a "log holder" that is obvious and many of you worked out but, that was not the question.

2- If the question was, what such tool is used for, the answer would be, to hold a log for debarking, resizing, cutting portions of, hold the log for curving, hold any unusual shaped piece of wood for further work, etc, etc. however, that was not the question but the very reason I built it for at the time...!

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Camon folks, is that all you've got...?

I gave already all the hints I can, anymore I will be giving the answer, huh...?

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I'm going to try "Log Vise".
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It was used to hold a street sign up off the ground before you made a tool out of it.
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It was used to keep things from spinning while you work on them
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