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Hi,

This is my go on the scrolling wrench described by Mark Aspery in his first book. An interesting an rewarding exercise really. Only difference is that I used spring steel and made them slightly more light weight. Wrench size 1/2" and 3/4" (12mm and 20mm).

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Very well done, they should last a lifetime. I'd radius those inside corners a bit..... :)


second that....

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Very well done, they should last a lifetime. I'd radius those inside corners a bit..... :)


Bob S
second that....


and a third for the radius cuts , they will not shear of when working with them .

Sam

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Tubbe that is gorgeous work!


Thank you Sam, and all! It was a good project, and I will most likely do some more of these in different sizes...

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Good looking scrolling wrenches, good solid workmanship. Well done. A little radius on the inside corners will let them work perfectly for your great grandchildren.

Dog wrenches? I kind of expected to see dog's heads or similar as finial decorations or read an explanation about using them on something dog related.
Again, well done.

Frosty The Lucky.

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