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Cool. I needed one of these just a couple days ago and I think I'll make this one. I think I'll probably file only the inner edge of the allen wrench, leaving the outer edge at 90 degrees, so I can set and mark flush to an external surface,
Try some ground coffee as an ice cream topping. Yum!
Awesome project. I was just thinking about a string pole late I saw in Branson Missouri about 35 years ago. I love the use of bungee elastic in lieu of the greenwood sapling.Maybe try a skinnier piece of scrap for the toolrest-crosspiece. The one in the pics looks too wide and would limit the ways you can vary to position and angles the chisels or gouges with respect to the workpiece.
The Forest Service pub is at http://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/9823 and the table is on page 4 (or between pages 3 & 4)
Looks like the bars would deflect about 0.003" per pound of force in the middle. How much does the belt stretch?
So, metric-wise, the drink is 2L cream soda, 75ml butterscotch syrup, and 5ml butter extract, plus a topping of 1L marshmallow fluff, 1L whipping cream, 15ml powdered sugar, and 18ml of rum extract.
No, endstops are not necessary. You jog to the center of the board, set the nozzle to a paper-thickness above the board, and send a "G92 X0 Y0 Z0.01, you can set the coordinates just fine. If the printer is accurate, and the slicer is set to match the build area, you really don't need them.
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