I had a quick assessment and decided there was just enough to
make a pencil gauge. I've wanted one for ages so this project
would be ideal.
Some work inevitably required the use of devils with tails,
hamster driven of course, so in line with group rules.
Always worth repeating - Bill Carter's finest
plane smoothing the boxwood block,
soon to be part of the head of the gauge.
Now to cut that block precisely in half - the
Skelton carcass saw
can do this with ease.
Precision like this is easy - this saw has
autopilot mode as standard.
Sizing the ebony.
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