Am whittling up a veneer hammer. Have 3/32" brass for the blade. Googling
shows a variety of blade materials used as blades. Anyone here tried
plexi, uhmw, or boxwood? Seems metal is the right material, but just
While wrapping a bleeding finger, I wondered if surgical tape resembles
veneer tape? (1, haven't purchased the real veneer tape yet , and 2, I
kept a close eye on the blade and slowed down as I finished the cut
because I just _knew_ it would jump at my finger. It did. damn)
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Now I'm confused. I see a thicker blade is in order. Are we putting heat
into the glue, or taking it out? Trying for equilibrium?
The 0.93 strip was the thickest the local hardware store carried. It's a
foot long, so I'll sandwich the blade between two layers of brass; maybe
solder them together. Rivet them in with 3/16 or 1/4 brass rod through
Or just get out the crowbar and turn this thing into a marking gauge...
Thanks for the replies.
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