STUDENT TOOL LIST
The following is a list of tools you will need for the class. If you have any questions regarding the tools you may contact me here. Please note that the links below are to show the type of tool and not necessarily an endorsement of specific retailers. If possible, please bring the following tools:
- Cordless drill, ½” chuck preferred, my current favorite is Milwaukee
- Bench chisel, ½” or larger
- Camera and Notebook
- Scrapers curved and straight, my preferred thickness is .025" but slightly thicker or thinner works fine. Straight scrapers can be shaped to a curved profile in class.
- Hand saw, Japanese Ryoba with rip and crosscut teeth preferred but small western crosscut saw
- Sliding Bevel Square
Great to Have but not Required
- Drawknife – first choice is an older, tuned up tool. Peter will have refurbished antique drawknives on hand for use and possibly for sale.
- Spokeshave- first choice is an older, tuned up spokeshave (Stanley 151) with a flat sole. Replacement blades from Hock tools improve the performance.
- For a new tool, Pete recommends the flat bottom Brian Boggs Spokeshave from Lie-Nielsen or LeeValley Tools spokeshave.
- Scorp or inshave The 4" hand forged scorp from Barr Specialty Tools, www.barrtools.com, 1-800-235-4452. The Barr scorp is also available through Highland Hardware, 1-800-241-6748.
- Combination square or machinist square (6")
- Dead blow hammer
- Rule (folding with extension is excellent if you have one
- Posterboard for copying patterns
- Masking Tape
- Flat Carpenters Pencil
- 1” chip brush
- Block of Canning wax (a candle will do)
- One 5/8” Dowel
- Large gouge with a flat sweep like a #3 above 16mm
- Veiner carving tool - # 11 - 7mm
- Clear flexible drafting ruler, here is an example
- Jorgensen Pony Spring clamp #320
- Marking gauge, a cheap one or old one that we can drill through to mount a pencil.
- Smoothing plane
- Travisher (this is a link to Claire Minihan who makes the travisher that I designed. I do receive income from this tool) and Reamer made by Tim Manney– there may be some available for sale during the class and there will be some for use during class. We will be using a 6 degree angle on the reamer.
- Bevel boss (angle finding tool) this is a knock off, but the original is not made any longer
- Claw hammer
- Protractor, plastic,
- Large file Rubberbands