Mmm like a giant stringing cutter, that would work.
From: Bill Ghio
Sent: 14 October 2017 19:15
To: Maddex, Peter
Cc: Mark Pfeifer; anne watson; oldtools@s...
Subject: Re: [OldTools] Another project question
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> On Oct 14, 2017, at 2:01 PM, Maddex, Peter wrote:
> Question for assembled glooterati, I can't think of hand tool way to cut a
circular dado to make a lazy susan like in the lamp base.
I am guessing a treadle lathe could do it, but a great wheel lathe would be a
better choice. Lacking those I would try a trammel. A piece of saw blade with a
few teeth at the end of the trammel would get you, eventually, a cut. Extend a
bit and repeat. After that, careful chisel work. Wonder how a router at the end
of a trammel would/could work?
Bill, speculating like crazy this afternoon.
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