Done With Dividers? Apparently Not


Making dividers – hundreds and hundreds of them – has been our obsession most of this year.

As a result, we at Crucible Tool have been burning through sanding belts. We have become quite good at precision reaming (stop snickering, or we’ll give you a taste of it). And we have become connoisseurs of legs that spread apart – without any slop – in the grip of a firm hand (again, you don’t want a piece of this).

As a result, since early June, we have been able to keep up with orders for the dividers in the store. That has been mostly due to the thankless detail work from John and Raney (really, I just eat bonbons all day and bark orders).


John Hoffman – assembling and inspecting the dividers.

So if you have been itching to own a pair, we now have plenty. They are $187, which includes domestic shipping. Yes, we are working on getting them into the markets in Canada, the UK and Europe.

Thanks to everyone who has supported Crucible Tool so far this year. We are now working on our fourth tool, which we hope to release before the end of 2017. In the meantime, we have plenty of holdfasts, design curves and dividers boxed up and ready for immediate delivery.

— Christopher Schwarz

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3 Responses to Done With Dividers? Apparently Not

  1. Do those flip flops meet OSHA standards?? ;^)

    I bought 2 of your dividers. I love those non-sloppy spreading legs! Well done, Gentlemen. Well done.


  2. bsrlee says:

    Oi, what about us in Australia? I’d rather send Crucible (OK and the USPS) all the money for my dividers rather than paying someone local to do what I am happy to do myself, and keep me waiting for a couple of months while they play with my money.


  3. Franky says:

    Channelling your inner Benny Hill Chris?😂


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