Discussion in 'The Brush' started by jtspartan, Mar 4, 2019.
Thank you. Vetric VCarve Desktop is the program.
Another none shaving Item from my shop. As long as no one minds I like posting other stuff I turn here. This is another TIG torch back cap.
And while I was looking at some of my UV light reactive rock collection I discovered this is also UV reactive. Bonus.
Start of a yellow birch bowl
Here is a handle I made for @twhite recently. It can be used with SEs with the adapter screw I included or DEs without the adapter screw.
Here is the razor head he sent me a picture of with the handle. It's the TOMX a tribute to the FAMEX and is one of his creations.
Here is another TIG torch back cap I made.
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Thanks Tom. I many ways.
I need to make one of those .
What type of torch do you have?
Hmmm. I see Lincoln TIG mate when I search that but I don't see Weldmate.
I was also asking about the torch size but wasn't specific enough. A lot of torches go by 9 style or 20 style torch to specify what size the consumables are.
I think this is a Canadian company. I'll take a look at it and get back to you
I know this isn't brush turning, but certainly gives interesting ideas.
I've been wanting to try to make a handle for a Schick E or G. I just couldn't bring myself to destroying a good original handle. Thanks to a friend on another shaving forums who sent me this razor head. (It was already missing a handle.) I used a drill press, band saw, table router and lots of hand sanding to make this acrylic/resin handle from a pen blank I picked up at my local Woodcraft.
As this thread is for brushes, please start/make future non-brush related posts in their appropriate forums. For example, if there isn't one already, start a 'Handlemakers Thread - Calling all Turners' thread in the General Shaving Talk forum and post razor handle turns there.
That is very nice. I have made several replacement handles for Schick E/Gs from different woods, and I can appreciate the time and effort it takes for such a little piece. Beautiful, just beautiful.
Thank you kindly.
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