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  Thanks a lot guys.  These are excellent sources.  Much appreciated.


      --Bill
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Carolinas Chapter / Al Spicer
« Last post by Woodmolds on April 05, 2019, 02:30:20 PM »
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Try: Blacksmithbolt.com
They carry all sizes of slotted flat head steel wood screws and not zinc plated! (but do have plated, bronze, nickel)





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I gobble them up at flea markets- harder and harder to find though.
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Period design and construction / Re: Goddard Townsend drawer blades
« Last post by HSteier on April 03, 2019, 10:23:08 PM »
Thanks. I'll try it on some scraps first.


Howard Steier
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What's a good source for slotted screws?  Seems the price has gone up a lot over the past few years. 


Thanks,


--Bill


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Finishing / Re: Don Williams' Short List of Finishing References
« Last post by dboeff on April 02, 2019, 10:44:48 AM »
Great post Mark, I'll be searching for many of these books
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Howard,
I have done this several times. I use a scratch stock that cuts only half of the width. It is double the work to cut both sides but I find that I get better results. For example, if your drawer blade varies by only a little in width (7/8") and you use a full profile scratch stock you may not get a full bead on the side opposite of the scratch stock fence. It takes only a few minutes more to do both edges/sides (and it is a good workout!). If the flat between the beads has a slight ridge use narrow card scraper or narrow chisel to smooth it out.


Dennis Bork
Antiquity Period Designs
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Discuss plans and drawings. / Re: MESDA furniture plans
« Last post by swifty6 on March 30, 2019, 04:51:08 PM »
Garrett Wade has plans for the Knee-Hole desk in MESDA drawn by Carlyle Lynch. I found the plans for John Marshal's desk listen a previous reply. This is not the same plans that I once had. Plans from MESDA will say Courtesy of the Museum of Southern Decorative Antiques Winston Salem North Carolina. I called Mesda and Jane said they no longer have the individual plans, all have been sold. They do have a book store. Are any of you familiar with books in the book store  that have drawings of pieces of furniture at the museum?
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