timber framing tools
Bring that to Bend, OR auction in March - It will fetch a pretty penny and make someone happy!
What brand is that boring machine? It looks quite different than any I have seen. I have a James Swan 6702, that I find impressive with sharp bits for such a primitive tool.
Joe, it was made by R. Ball & Co. Worcester, Mass. Patented July 7, 1868 We bought it yesterday from our favorite tool dealer and I can't wait to try it out when it gets here.
I drove the girls by the timberframe on Waddell street after a baseball game today. It looks good. Cool location for y'all to have your work at.
I have only a vintage brace, but I like this boring machine
I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.