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That's quite the set-up! Very neat! How much time did You spend setting it up? Also, could You show how You cut the nuts? Thanks for posting! Great idea

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Mamuka, Welcome to the Router Forums! I am from the "other Georgia" - in the SE USA. Your skill set and workshop are very nice. Your photography skills are also very nice. I have a question... in your last series of photos, I can see external threads being cut - very nice and I can see how the progression is advanced via the threaded rod on the left side. Do you have any photos of how internal threads are cut into the chiseled wooden boxes? I have some very old tools that utilized wooden threaded parts (internal and external) - some are over 150 years old and I am amazed at how nicely the threads are cut.

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Hi Otis

Here is a jig for thread chasing. The cutter is a double angle cutter from Enco.

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Hi mamukakho

NICE job,,,,Did you know this,see below

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Thank. Yes I know very well Beal tool company.
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Welcome back! Other's may not remember you, but I do. You first came here about 3 years ago. You have shared your work here in just a few threads,but usually return to add to those threads... like this one that you started back in 2010.

As I remember, you belong to a group where you all ply that same craft. I have always admired your work.

My comment to you and your work is that you have been missed here. You have a skill in what you do that other's here would love to know more about. You are also very artistic in your designs. A while back, I couldn't wait for my Sharon to come home to show her pictures of your work.

I hope that you could stay longer and share your interests with us.

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Default My last works, screw nutcrackers

Screw nutcrackers make from different trees
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Here you can see two new pictures of my screw thread cutting device with indexing device. (this part made from Soviet period old metal cutting machine).
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Wooden turned walnut lidded box with screw thread made with my device. (experimental)
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