By Milton Stoneman
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I’m probably not But it is the length-of-part tool rest that is even a good turner, but I am an efficient responsible for most of my efficiency at the turner, and much of my efficiency at the lathe, making it possible for me to turn very lathe is a result of two different lathe aides I quickly the many simple Shaker forms I pro- have constructed. One is a simple marking duce. In the past decade, I’ve probably made gauge that allows me to accurately divide the a dozen of these rests, some not much longer outside surface of turned cylinders, which is than the factory rest that came with my lathe essential for the many lathe-based pieces I and some, which I use for turned chair back build each year.
6 STEP Then, cut a quick set of through dovetails to connect the bottom of the support post with the jig’s foot. 47 7 STEP After gluing and assembling the dovetails, sand the base of the foot square. STEP 8 Finally, add these 1⁄4" thick stiffener panels to each of the support posts. A 1 horizontal bar 11⁄ B 2 support posts 11⁄ C 2 post stiffeners 1⁄ foot 9⁄ D 2 (mm) LENGTH (mm) WIDTH THICKNESS STOCK PART QUANTITY REFERENCE INCHES (MILLIMETERS) (mm) 1⁄ 16 (18) 2 (51) 24 16 (18) 2 (51) 83⁄ 8 (213) (6) 13⁄ 4 (45) 83⁄ 8 (213) (51) 1⁄ 4 16 (14) 2 2 2 2 (623) (64) 9 STEP Once you have worked with length-of-part tool rests, you will never go back to the old way of turning.
This base will ultimately be clamped to the table of your band saw. 2 STEP Screw a length of 3⁄4" material to another face of the triangular-in-cross-section rips. The 3⁄4" thickness is necessary because this portion of the cradle deck will support the other deck along with the stock being converted to an octagon. 58 3 STEP Screw a pair of 5⁄16" thick strips to the bottom edge of the 3⁄4" stock. These pieces will form the cradle's other deck. The stock being converted to an octagon will slide past the blade between the two decks.