Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles
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A quick and easy jig that allows you to cut multi-faceted chisel handles on the bandsaw.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUkFxkWYZCI
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  Re: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by Ohio Mike (A quick and easy jig...)
(06-08-2019, 07:23 AM)Ohio Mike Wrote: A quick and easy jig that allows you to cut multi-faceted chisel handles on the bandsaw.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUkFxkWYZCI

Pretty slick, and good for those who don't turn, or who prefer the flats on handles.
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  Re: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by Ohio Mike (A quick and easy jig...)
(06-08-2019, 07:23 AM)Ohio Mike Wrote: A quick and easy jig that allows you to cut multi-faceted chisel handles on the bandsaw.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUkFxkWYZCI

Funny, I watched this on YouTube this morning. Really impressed with his ingenuity and inspiration for those of us who do not turn or want to invest in a lathe. Something to try in the future.

Cheers
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  Re: RE: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by Teak ([quote='Ohio Mike' p...)
(06-08-2019, 06:57 PM)Teak Wrote: Funny, I watched this on YouTube this morning. Really impressed with his ingenuity and inspiration for those of us who do not turn or want to invest in a lathe. Something to try in the future.

Cheers

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  Re: RE: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by SceneryMaker ([quote='Teak' pid='7...)
(06-09-2019, 09:53 AM)SceneryMaker Wrote: But a 50 cent handle is a perfect excuse to buy a $4,000 lathe!

Laugh
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  Re: RE: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by SceneryMaker ([quote='Teak' pid='7...)
(06-09-2019, 09:53 AM)SceneryMaker Wrote: But a 50 cent handle is a perfect excuse to buy a $4,000 lathe!

And if she has this look on her face  Big eek Big eek then go for a cheaper $2000 one.  Yes Yes
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  Re: RE: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by SceneryMaker ([quote='Teak' pid='7...)
(06-09-2019, 09:53 AM)SceneryMaker Wrote: But a 50 cent handle is a perfect excuse to buy a $4,000 lathe!

Bingo.  Sounds more than reasonable to me.
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  Re: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by Ohio Mike (A quick and easy jig...)
(06-10-2019, 02:26 PM)Admiral Wrote: Bingo.  Sounds more than reasonable to me.

Thoroughly logical to me.
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  Re: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by Ohio Mike (A quick and easy jig...)
I've turned a few round handles, but I could see some band sawn ones in my future
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  Re: Bandsaw Jig for making tool handles by Ohio Mike (A quick and easy jig...)
I thought that was slick.

I only wanted a lathe to make a cane or two.  Then... I bought a spoke shave.  Spent several quiet days in the shop and made a pretty nice one.  I was happy with the way it turned out.  Laugh  I have been thinking about another one for THIS winter's project.  I have to finish Miss T's Sewing Chest and the Dog's corner castle.. ( Rolleyes  Geez, don't ask.)
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