• The sector, an ancient proportioning tool, is here in a modern version!

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    • A Note to my Customers: Recently it was discovered that the contact page on this web site was not delivering messages to my email. This issue was likely going on for several months before being noticed.  For any who have tried to send messages and received no reply, I apologize, as it certainly not a result of neglect.  Please be advised that this issue has been corrected and I am ready and willing to answer any questions you may have.  Thank you for your understanding. Dan Schwank
    • Sector

    • We have now added the Acer-Ferrous Toolworks Sector to our product line.  This tool was a collaboration between Acer-Ferrous Toolworks and Red Rose Reproductions and has been under development for many months.  Read on to learn how this ancient tool design can be an asset in your shop. The sector is a proportioning tool that, in conjunction with a pair of dividers, can be used to figure various mathematical calculations. It was in use dating from the 16th century into the 19th century
    • Drawer Bottom Planes Back in Stock

    • The drawer bottom plane is again available for immediate delivery.  This is a dedicated plane used to cut the groove in drawer parts to accept the drawer bottom.  More information about this plane can be found here.  Price is $295, and can be purchased here.
    • Cooper Plane

    • The cooper plane is a small hand plane meant to work concave surfaces, such as the inside of coopered vessels. This plane was designed with input from a cooper who wanted a plane to work the inside surfaces of wooden buckets, but will find applications in other areas also.  With a 3" convex sole, it will smooth and contour curves down to 6" in diameter.  At just 6 1/2" in length and with its low profile design, it fits comfortably in one hand, and can work inside round vessels with ease.  Th
    • The Drawer Bottom Plane

    • A common method of drawer construction is to plow grooves into the drawer sides and front to capture the drawer bottom, which is then slid in from the back. The drawer bottom plane is a dedicated fixed plow plane to do cut these grooves quickly and easily with minimal set up. It cuts a groove 1/4" wide and 1/4" deep, inset from the edge 1/4". The fence and depth stop are fixed so cuts are consistent and repeatable. This plane employs a steel skate for long life, and this skate engages into


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