I would like to nominate Frank Ford's Cap Screw Holders. It's an original idea, and one that I need to make.
Homemade Cap Screw Holders
To Our HomemadeTools.net Community,
We've been amazed (and pleased!) to see how many people love homemade tools as much as we do, so we thought you'd appreciate a good excuse to spend more time perusing the site - and the opportunity to win some prizes in the process!
Toward that end, we're announcing the first monthly HomemadeTools.net Contest. Eligible forum members may nominate entries as replies to this thread. Nominations should include both the name of the tool and its HomemadeTools.net link.
We've chosen a broad theme for this first Contest: Best Homemade Tool
The official rules:
- Forum members with at least five (5) posts or who've been members for at least 30 days may nominate and vote
- A member may not nominate his own tool, but he may vote for it should it be nominated by someone else
- 1st = $100 hardware-related gift card (winner's choice of several) + HomemadeTools.net T-shirt
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- Bonus = The nominator of the 1st prize winner will also receive a HomemadeTools.net T-shirt
The Contest's nomination phase will last for two weeks, followed by a ten day voting period conducted via forum poll. The three tool entries garnering the most votes will be declared the winners and announced on Monday, November 11.
OK, tool fans: get to it!! Reply directly in this thread with your nominations.
I'd like to nominate more than just one tool...I have lots of favorites. The ones that make me say to myself, "WOW!" are always fun to find. I'll nominate thetree's Bronze Bench Dogs because they are both art and a tool in one.
Bronze Bench Dogs
I nominate Dean Williams' Miniature 4 Jaw Chuck the build log is very detailed and also includes other tools he made to make this such as a t-slot milling cutter.
Last edited by Workshopshed; 10-25-2013 at 01:49 AM. Reason: Oops, voting not till later
Andy from Workshopshed
"Making and repairing things in a shed at the bottom of the garden"
I would like to nominate asailorsleather for his Oct 13 Leather Gouge. I am now off to my workshop to replicate his design for my use! I own three commercially-made leather gouges (all made by different companies) plus one of my own design, but asailorsleather takes the cake for me! And no, I do not know him!
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