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Author Topic: TIMBER FRAME PEG MAKING  (Read 16859 times)

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Offline rjwoelk

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« Reply #40 on: January 18, 2019, 12:21:15 AM »
I use straight grain birch. Picked out when processing firewood.
Joint  it then cut into 1 inch squares. Set the saw at 45 and fence at 11/16. Fit snug on a 1 inch hole.
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« Reply #41 on: February 07, 2019, 08:20:31 PM »
[shrugs]  I didn't say everyone had to like it.
What I did say was that I found it efficient.  It ain't hard to find the steel or a welder to make it.  1/4" plate for the base, two pieces of tube stock and a welder can do that in less than an hour, and your left with a quality dowel maker.

I like it, and when I get ready to make pegs, I'm going to get it made.

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