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Finally, a use for a cape chisel


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I got this cape chisel a long time ago with a bunch of other tools at a flea market.

 

Up until today I think the only thing I had used it for was to remove a woodruff key.

 

Paired with a little 1 lb drilling hammer, you can do surprisingly delicate work removing matrix.

 

Just figured I'd share. It went from sitting on a shelf to being one of my favorite tools :)

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Funny how some things can sit around for so long,, and then become useful. 

 

RB

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That is a nifty looking chisel!

Can we see some pics of what you have prepped with it?

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13 hours ago, FossilDudeCO said:

That is a nifty looking chisel!

Can we see some pics of what you have prepped with it?

For now I'm too embarrassed to share anything yet.

 

I need to get better at documenting the process too. I'm excellent at storming enthusiastically into a project before quickly getting distracted by something shiny.

 

My screen name is a racing term meaning "Did Not Finish", the selection of which demonstrates an unheard of combination of forethought and introspection on my part :)

 

 

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On ‎11‎/‎13‎/‎2016 at 9:45 AM, DNF said:

For now I'm too embarrassed to share anything yet.

 

I need to get better at documenting the process too. I'm excellent at storming enthusiastically into a project before quickly getting distracted by something shiny.

 

My screen name is a racing term meaning "Did Not Finish", the selection of which demonstrates an unheard of combination of forethought and introspection on my part :)

 

 

Haha fair enough!

Don't be nervous though, we are all here to learn and try new things!

 

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