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Thread Chasing Jig for making male and female threads

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Thread Chasing Jig for making male and female threads


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ChefwareKits https://www.chefwarekits.com/?tracking=carl My New Channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcG7TVNR1QxeAbVEeLa4seQ?feature=mhee http://www.thewoodshop.tv/ https://plus.google.com/113199904565893027390#113199904565893027390/posts http://www.facebook.com/carljacobson68 Wood turning tips and projects. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project.

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Ross Gabriel : G'day Carl, after seeing your video when it first came out I thought now that's a tool I want. I've now had mine for about three weeks and used it three times so far, the first timber was too soft and end grain and the timber just wouldn't retain the threads. The second was using a piece of cross grain aussie red gum and the thread it cut was extremely well defined. The third one that I tried this morning was a piece of aussie end grain blackwood that also produced a well defined thread although there was a small section where the thread broke away. I noticed in the video you turned the lathe speed down, I did too on the first one to about 800 rpm, on the other two after reading the instructions which states to run the lathe at its fastest speed I ran the lathe at 1800rpm and while not the fastest speed the lathe will go the result was noticeably much better. The instructions also suggest that cross grain will give a better result and yes whilst the tool is not a cheap piece of kit I intend to work with it until I'm able to produce a piece that is of a quality that is worthy of showing on a video that I will then post to youtube. Thankyou for all your videos, you a valuable source on information to me and everyone else who enjoys woodturning.
Roy Wrenn : That was awesome. Where would you look for something like that? 
Dan Campbell : Hi Carl, That is an impressive jig and I do like the idea but I am sure that it is a jig that you must have multiple uses for it to justify the cost. I have a Beall tap and I would love to find a die to fit it. The Beall tap is 1"- 8 tpi, I bought it to thread wood to make jigs that will thread directly to my lathe spindle (works very well in maple and other dense woods). I you or any of your viewers know where I might find a die, please post. Thanks, Dan Campbell
J.Salvador Busó : idea genial
Harold J. Briggs : You're Very Welcome Carl.Years ago I made Nuts & Bolts for my Babies. We spent hours together in my Shop. Made Wren Houses out of Grape Box ends & sold them at a Kroger Store.
josé Bouliez : Génial ce truc ;-)
As Wood Turns : Carl, I've been researching threading for a while now and have also watched Sam's videos. I like the threading jigs but they seem very pricey especially if I want multiple TPI's. I'd have to make a lot of threaded projects. However, the hand tools are expensive also. Hmmm... I did see a video a while back where someone ground a threading tool from a bolt. I may have to find it again. Thanks for a great video. Alan Stratton
Alan Simpson : Thanks Carl for showing this jig. I have seen it advertised recently and wondered just how good it is so you have proved that it is very effective. Also, have recently watched Sam's videos on thread chasing with hand tools and generally find the topic very interesting and something I want to get to have a go at soon. Best wishes, Alan.

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