SOLD: The WoodJoy Precision Dovetail template is great for woodworkers who like the traditional dovetail slopes – 1:6 and 1:8. This clever template allows you to mark them both. And it was the one I used all the time until I switched to a 14° slope (I just like the way 14° looks).
No apologies for this tool. It has seen lots of use. Has tons of life left in it.
As a bonus, I’m going to throw in the dovetail marker that I made from a Lee Valley saddle square. I had the great idea to make one with a 1:6 slope – this was before they offered this sort of tool. So I made it on the disc sander. Then I added sticky-back sandpaper to it, which is a good addition.
Then I showed it to Robin Lee, and he showed me photos of their prototypes. Oh well. It works great but i don’t need it.
Retail price: $25
Price here: SOLD: $20 plus actual USPS shipping.
Please read the following before sending me a message:
As always, there are rules. I hate rules. But these rules are in the name of justice for all the readers.
First, please don’t ask for a master list of tools or to come over to my house (yes, this happened last time). These tools will go up on the blog when I have time to post them. I don’t know how many there are (I’ve sorted more than 40 so far). I will definitely add more tools to my list as I go – I have several more boxes to go through.
In other words, please don’t ask for special favors. I cannot grant favors and be fair to everyone.
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While you can ask me all the questions you like about the tool, the first person to send me an e-mail that says: “I’ll take it,” gets the tool. Simple. To buy a tool, please send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Shipping will be USPS and based on the actual cost to send it to your address. When you send me a message, please make sure you specify which tool you are e-mailing me about. This avoids bad trouble.
Payment: I can accept PayPal or a personal check. As soon as the funds arrive, I’ll ship the tool using USPS. If you want insurance, let me know. I’m afraid I can only ship tools in the United States. Shipping internationally is very time-consuming and paperwork-heavy. My apologies in advance on this point.
If you don’t like the tool when you get it, I’ll be happy to refund your money if you return the tool. But postage is on you.
— Christopher Schwarz