Nice job with the sharpened knife edges.
ah yes, a perfectly balanced marking knife.
For stabbing small things probably.
Small DIY knives as these can be made out of used metal saw blades.
I have a few old saw blades that I have been saving for this.
I used follow me, but not very proficiently. Things wouldn’t line up. So I figured out each angle segment was about 9.3 degrees and the protractor inferenced on that angle. I then move copied the segments where they were supposed to go.
#1.skp (119.4 KB)
Drill Guide with 6 scenes in the skp.
Lots of interesting stuff you’re turning out. Wouldn’t mind seeing some images in monochrome with hidden geometry turned on. Lets everyone see the details of the models a little better I think.
I’ll try to sort that out. Here goes:
Drill Guide - 3_8_ dia #2.skp (135.9 KB)
Mortise Jig for Router #1.skp (135.8 KB)
Mortise Jig for Router with 6 scenes in the skp.
Sawhorse #1.skp (175.7 KB)
Sawhorse skp has 6 scenes.
Router Carrier #1.skp (316.8 KB)
I don’'t remember where I found the image of this router jig for both vertical and horizontal routing. As you see there were no dimensions on the image, so I came up with the dimensions for this model. The skp has 7 scenes.
Shelf for Shop #1.skp (576.7 KB)
The skp has 14 scenes. I started with just rods and S-hooks to hang jigs and fixtures, but that
looked silly. So I put in a couple of half-sliding dovetail shelves.
I like these transparent images you’ve been creating.
Thank you and to @tuna1957 for the idea.
I deny any knowledge of the shenanigans going on here.
Red Shouldered Hawk #1.skp (419.4 KB)
Early stages with just raw geometry. Eventually, this may become a marquetry model. I will
have to make 1/16" thick 3D solid components of parts of the hawk. The screen shot shows the image that I was tracing. It will have to be resized to about a third of the size.
Red Shouldered Hawk (#2).skp (507.4 KB)
You could also make a FaceMe component out of it just for fun.
Red Shouldered Hawk (#3).skp (615.6 KB)
I thought about this and came to the conclusion that if I make marquetry out of this I would just print copies on paper and cut the pieces with scissors before tracing it on the veneer. No need to try to match colors or make more components.
Cardinal (Red Bird) #2.skp (174.9 KB)
Another possible marquetry model. I just used tags to color the components this time.
Again, it is 1/16" thick.