Well, let’s see if this photo is any better. (remember, you can usually click these pictures to make them bigger)
Here is the cut-nail filed into a puch. Alexander made this years ago, but I have worn it out once, and re-filed the tip.
This next one is a photo that got dropped from the posting last night…lots of blips on yesterday’s post, somehow.
Today I heard from the folks at Lie-Nielsen, the DVD is now in stock & shipping to those who have ordered it, so if you are inclined, head on over to their site …
8 thoughts on “punches for carving, update”
Well I ordered the video now I’m waiting for the book:)
Me too. Thank you for the refreshing punch picture! Lil” teeny punches spice up carvings.
I just got my video in the mail today, Wednesday. I’ll watch it tonight.
Thanks for the sharp punch picture.
Now, how about making your gouge picture 1:1 so we can print it and put it in our pouch and refer to it when we go tool hunting?
it’s a PDF on the DVD. how’s that for acronym-isms?
working on slide lecture for Saturday, so no time for fiddling around anyway. so, folks, if you need to make the gouge picture to scale, go right ahead, or order the DVD & Lie-Nielsen has done it for you…
How high and mighty! I remember you when you practised greenwoodworking on the second floor of a chicken house.
We have a shop and we want to know if you have a wholesaler in Europe for your punches.
We imported them from Ashley Iles England but now he has not any more.
Why it’s so sparingly with the responses?
Are you in business?