Next little project?
#21
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
Lid for the box.... Winkgrin
   
Has been trimmed..
   
Temp labeled, pending a Paper Label.. Rolleyes 
   
IF I can get back into the shop...have another one to start up on... Winkgrin 
   
Might be a while..
   
Left side of my right knee.....seems to be a bit....lumpy.. No
   
that ain't my kneecap, BTW.....elbow has a fracture, too.....I don't bounce when I fall....and concrete sidewalks don't give, either...
Show me a picture, I'll build a project from that
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#22
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
Get well soon buddy.
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

Hi, I'm Arlin's proud wife! His brain trma & meds-give memory probs and has pain from injuries, but all is well materially & financially.  
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#23
  Re: RE: Next little project? by bandit571 (Lid for the box.... ...)
(05-14-2020, 12:49 PM)bandit571 Wrote: Lid for the box.... Winkgrin

Has been trimmed..

Temp labeled, pending a Paper Label.. Rolleyes 

IF I can get back into the shop...have another one to start up on... Winkgrin 

Might be a while..

Left side of my right knee.....seems to be a bit....lumpy.. No

that ain't my kneecap, BTW.....elbow has a fracture, too.....I don't bounce when I fall....and concrete sidewalks don't give, either...



There comes a time when we should quit hitting the bars and leave the fighting to the younger guys. Winkgrin Winkgrin Laugh Laugh

Looking good on the boxes. How many do you plan to make?
Steve





 
The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
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#24
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
I like the boxes.  I might have to look into something similar for some of mine. 

Take it easy on those joints.  Knees and elbows are not meant to interact with concrete floors.  I hope you heal up quickly.
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#25
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
Worst part?    I was indeed SOBER...... Winkgrin Have to learn to pick up me feet when I walk.  

I see the Bone-Doctor Monday.....and see what he says.    Have printed out a Stanley No. 110 label.....will see about attaching them..later.
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#26
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
Hmmm...will just have to do..
   
One done.. Rolleyes
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#27
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
3 out o 4 corners for inner box#2 are done....then...SQUIRREL!   a 3hour walkabout down Springfield, OH. way...at the Heart of Ohio Antique Center...Bought a few things. Winkgrin

Didn't buy a few others.... No

Will see how I feel tomorrow, and see about any shop time....
Stay tuned.... Winkgrin
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#28
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
Just a few new toys for the shop... Rolleyes
   
Couple of chisels, couple of drills (can you say Buck Rogers?)
   
A jack plane?    Sargent VBM, #414c, Type 5. Cool ..and... Winkgrin 
   
A Stanley No. 4, Type 17.   Only spent $98 for the lot...was tempted though...
   
And... Uhoh
   

Inner box for Block Plane Box #2 is sitting IN the clamps, right now....waiting on...glue to dry.....

Doctor appointment in the morning.  Leg is very SORE right now...
Stay tuned....
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#29
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
Wow, I've never seen a single vendor with a spread like that around here.

If you keep this up, you're going to have to start some new threads on building more tool storage.  Smile
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#30
  Re: Next little project? by bandit571 (Usually, I tend to f...)
Bandit, that #4, T17 looks a bit funky for a wartime Stanley, it might be misidentified as it looks like it may be from another manufacturer. I'm suspicious about that bulge on the toe, the lever cap is a donor (should be Stanley on it) and the iron and chipbreaker are replacements.
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