Cutting Wood Screw Threads
Cutting wooden threads is challenging and fun, and it’s also about creating practical mechanisms for devices such as tail vices, clamps (hand screws are very robust and quick to operate). For these and even some furniture components wood threads also add visual appeal.
In the September issue of Wood Review (#92) Ian Wilkie demonstrates a highly cost effective technique for cutting wood threads that requires only wood offcuts and metal scaps. In the video Ian introduces the system.
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