You nailed it. I've started to occasionally repost some of the older items, I
guess it's good as a memory test and I think a lot of people probably haven't
seen all of the older posts. Also it's easier for me to repost than it is to
through hundreds of photos and then process them into usable form.
Just in the last couple of weeks they were doing some veneering on TV...
using a very similar tool... think it was that 'Woodwright Shop' show
with the guy who uses all the old traditional hand tools and manual
equipment. Interesting show really, much better than 97% of the
televised garbage these days.
Wow, has it been ten years now? Thanks Rob, your posts are one of the
things I look forward to every Thursday.
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I wonder if the shiny one, at least, is some sort of ground anchor for
setting into concrete and putting a removable post into. The various
shapes and ends of the pipes are just to ensure a good embedding into
I just did some more searching on these but they are still a mystery. The owner
thought they might be marine or fishing related. I think the angled cuts are for
attaching tubing, but that's just a guess.
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