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Saturday, September 10 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Useful tools a boatbuilder can make for themself

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I apprenticed with Hiram Lowell and Sons building dories and skiffs long ago and worked as a mariner one way or another ever since. Over the years I’ve made tools for my projects; tool boxes of course and chisel handles by the dozen, other handles as needed, bevel gauges of all sizes including the wizard of Raft Island, Joe Tremble’s planking bevel, bevel boards, mallets turned and constructed, guards for saws, draw knives and slicks, a hogging plane from a German catalogue, carved spoons are a specialty, well you get the idea.

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David Jackson

Pacific Rim Marine Surveyors
David L. Jackson, NAMS-CMS earns a living doing damage work for insurance companies. When he's not doing that he is building a 26' sloop.

Saturday September 10, 2022 12:00pm - 12:45pm PDT
Woodworking Stage

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