Work has been keeping me really busy lately, but this weekend I was able to get into the shop and have a little fun. I didn’t have a lot of time to spare, so I decided a dedicated stop block would be quick and fun. I decided to make it pretty, so I garbed a little chunk of Spalted Maple, and started milling it. It’s 3″ high by 5″ long and a little under 3/4″ thick. Both ends and the back have a 3/16″ square rabett to prevent saw dust build up form hindering part registration.
September 1, 2014 0 Comments
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