looks like a removable link from a wristwatch band....
Very good! In case your unclear about what Bill is tell you see the attached picture.Billwolley said:This tool was used to position and hold a rippled spline that was most commonly used in joinery on mitered corners. The rippled spline would be placed inside the hollow tool. The tool would then be placed across the two sections to be joined and you would drive the spline into the wood by hammering down on the sliding bar. The bar would place even pressure on the spline and drive the spline into the wood and flush with the surface.
I saw some of these tools a couple of months ago. Rather then being with the fasteners they were in one of those "drawers".... I don't recall what store I was in but it could have been an Ace. You might want to print the picture to take with you.... I have also seen them in catalogs but don't recall which ones.Boricua said:Wow,
I didn't know these existed. Reible, what I need to know is where can I find this tool? I am actually going to use these fasteners for the frame that I am making for my bathroom mirror and didn't know that there was a tool to hammer these in. I tried these fasteners on a scrap piece of wood and it really sucks just using a hammer if you know what I mean. So where can I get one? I'll check the hardware store. Later....
Some day they said we might get like t-shirts or other good things but well it has been awhile and that's why I don't mind giving mine away cause someday they will be worth something and I have plenty. If you put your points in the "bank" they gain interest, that is what I've been doing and now I get like 4000 points a day in just interest.Billwolley said:Thanks for the points. By the way - what do we do with points?