Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
- Joined Feb 25, 2018
hard to look at purdy stuff on such a small phone screen lol I can see much better on the laptop
Yup . That's the reason for the design . Needs 2 attachment points .That thin blade will be the ticket for sure!
Thanks for the comment .Very nice
Thanks Adam . I bet you could , or just use the saw to slice the bread ?Wow Looks great Chop. Can I make one with a chainsaw? That the only wood working piece I have. LOL
It works great too . I was shocked . Thanks for the comment .That's too Cool!
Well I appreciate that comment . I like simple , clean lines . I shape all this kind of stuff by hand . Files , block planes and sand paper . Nothing is perfect or 2 exactly the same .You are a craftsman Chop, no doubt.
Bingo thanks Chop, I was going to ask......I think one or two of these are going to find there way to the kitchen and trailer!This is the one Rick sent me . They came in less than 24 hours . I saw some others that came with screws . These came with blade guards . You NEED the guards .
Thanks for the comment .
The screw size needs to be a bit smaller than the hole in the blade , and the mounting holes need to be pretty close to the ones in the blade . If not and they are to close together it will cause the blade to warp .Thanks Chop. They are ordered. I have some pieces of Oak in the garage that should do the trick.
Ok, thanks for the tip. I'll post my results when I'm done.The screw size needs to be a bit smaller than the hole in the blade , and the mounting holes need to be pretty close to the ones in the blade . If not and they are to close together it will cause the blade to warp .
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