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Still on wood but a bit random (can you have that .Or is it random or not )
Any way I am thinking of making a Boot/Wellington puller and need twisted legs ,barley sugar we call them here
Of course that entails making a router lathe or router crafter on the other side of the pond
There are two basic designs I have found one using cycle parts and one using wooden gears
Has anyone tried or made one or both
I have accumulated the cycle parts and now spotted the wooden geared one ,which wastes less wood
The "cycle" one is from fine woodworking Mag and the wooden gear is from shopnotes mag
Any comments will be appreciated
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Still on wood but a bit random (can you have that .Or is it random or not )
Any way I am thinking of making a Boot/Wellington puller and need twisted legs ,barley sugar we call them here
Of course that entails making a router lathe or router crafter on the other side of the pond
There are two basic designs I have found one using cycle parts and one using wooden gears
Has anyone tried or made one or both
I have accumulated the cycle parts and now spotted the wooden geared one ,which wastes less wood
The "cycle" one is from fine woodworking Mag and the wooden gear is from shopnotes mag
Any comments will be appreciated
we call them boot jacks here...

this style(s) is popular and I've made a few....
have you a reference to what design you are looking for???

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I had to make it back home first so I could use a full size computer instead of my phone but here it is.

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Hi Yes this is the one


https://www.google.com/search?q=anti...lfhGUIluLGU%3D

It is no 22 in the pictures
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this one???...
I believe a lathe would be the better tool for the task....


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You asked for a mod to move it into it's own thread. Tried using my phone first but that didn't work.

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Sorry for the lack of ability in getting the correct photo.Lets hope it is this time:-
https://www.google.com/search?q=anti...lfhGUIluLGU%3D

It is this but with twisted legs that i want to make
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