Binding scraper

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Arnt Rian
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Binding scraper

Post by Arnt Rian »

Here's my binding scraper / sizing tool. Its ,made from some plywood and hadrwood scraps, a couple of bolts and wing nuts, and an old plane blade. Adjustments are done by lightly tapping the plane blade, like on a traditional wooden hand plane. It works fine...

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Chuck Tweedy
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Re: Binding scraper

Post by Chuck Tweedy »

I use a very similar tool myself.
Hopefully Louie sees this.

Arnt, are you going to post all this great stuff again once this Forum becomes permanent?
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Arnt Rian
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Re: Binding scraper

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Sure, why not. We'll see how things end up over here

Louie Atienza
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Re: Binding scraper

Post by Louie Atienza »

Arnt, I think that's the way I'm going to go. I just found an old plane iron that I can use, and have an assortment of bolts and wing nuts.

Do you have to start the strip off a little smaller before pulling it through? Thanks again for posting this...

Dave Higham
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Re: Binding scraper

Post by Dave Higham »

I've used something similar in the past. On mine I put a shallow bevel at the top of the wood on the right to lead the binding in and pulled it through to the bottom. I then pulled it through fom the other end to get an even thickness over the whole length. Does this make sense?

Arnt Rian
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Re: Binding scraper

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Louie Atienza wrote:Do you have to start the strip off a little smaller before pulling it through?
Louie, I tilt the blade ever so slightly, so the opening is a little bit wider on one side. The binding or purfling strip can then be slipped in from the larger opening and pulled through, then flipped over and pulled through the other way. Easy peasy!

julian gifford
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Re: Binding scraper

Post by julian gifford »

I forgot, was it you Arnt that had the home made binding marking gauges and binding cutters, binding ledge scraper tool and such?

Whoever it was, could that be posted up again?

I didnt save pictures, and need to copy some of those tools!

Thanks,

Julian

Steve Senseney
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Re: Binding scraper

Post by Steve Senseney »

If you are thinking of my tools, I will post some.

I know that other's have similar tools, and would like to see their tools also.

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Steve Senseney
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Re: Binding scraper

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A marking gauge--
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I hope this is self explanatory.

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Re: Binding scraper

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Side binding cutter--
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One more view--
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Re: Binding scraper

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Top binding cutter--
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Re: Binding scraper

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One more view
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Re: Binding scraper

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Binding Scraper-
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Steve Senseney
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Re: Binding scraper

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More pics--
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If you need further details, let me know.

julian gifford
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Re: Binding scraper

Post by julian gifford »

Thats what I was looking for. Thanks!

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