joiners saddle

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  • #21446
    Eddy Flynn
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    thought this might help with rounding canes

    Eddy .. Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
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    #21448
    Ken
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    Thanks for posting Eddy. 😉

    #21506
    Mexiquite
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    That’s pretty handy, if you have a saw that reflects that nicely 🙂

    #21529
    Xavi Molina
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    Great, thanks Eddy

    Musician and wood lover (Girona-Catalonia)

    #21544
    str8tedge
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    Eddy,

    Good post on the joiner’s saddle. A lot of us use a horse and draw knife to initially trim squares into rounds. But this bench method seems very practical. If you don’t have a surface bench clamp I would suggest making the single move-able saddle longer and or wider so a bar clamp can anchor it down to the side of the bench.

    Another method is to make a single quite long v-block (with a stopped end) that slips into the dog holes and accommodates a variety of lengths.

    Joe B.

    #21568
    Eddy Flynn
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    thanks joe i made a couple of the joiners saddles and put some shelf liner on them to stop any slipping they seem to work quite well and they are simple to make

    Eddy .. Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
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