- 24 January 2016 at 5:44 am #134132
Congrats well done
www.journeymansjournel.wordpress.com24 January 2016 at 8:53 pm #134153Marilyn MorenoParticipant
It a wonderful clock, love the color..
Marilyn - Lehigh Valley, Eastern Pennsylvania - USA24 January 2016 at 10:00 pm #134154
Thank you!24 January 2016 at 11:06 pm #134162Matt McGraneParticipant
Very nice justmoon. Di you get that nice ogee curve on the top and bottom with moulding planes or powered router?
Matt, Northern California - Started a blog in 2016: http://tinyshopww.blogspot.com/24 January 2016 at 11:12 pm #134163
The lens curve in the photo creates the illusion to some degree that it is hand profiled but I believe it is a standard 1/4″ shank router bit that was not used in full to create the ogee. None of what I said is any criticism so please justmoon do not take it as such.
www.journeymansjournel.wordpress.com25 January 2016 at 4:01 am #134167
Dead on Salko. I don’t take it as criticism, no sweat. I just prefer the ogee profile to the round over, and I’m very new to joinery, so I only have 1 moulding plane and it is a cove. Believe me ditching the router is high on my list. I hate that thing…too much noise, dust. I can proudly say that profiling the top and bottom was the only power tool I used on this clock. I really enjoyed learning about raising the panel with the plane. All the stock was dimensioned with a scrub and a 4 1/2, and of course all the joinery is hand cut. I have a veritas plough plane that I used for the grooves, and I used it for the beads as well. Thanks!25 January 2016 at 4:09 am #134168
Aah it has begun do you feel the addiction slowly creeping on.
www.journeymansjournel.wordpress.com25 January 2016 at 1:25 pm #134175
Oh it is full blown at this point. I just got 2 Disstons (a #7 and a D8, x-cut and rip, respectively.)
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