Shop-Made Tenon Drilling Jig

Here’s a bonus Monday post to show what I got up to this weekend. Enjoy!  — CharlesIf you work on estate pipes long enough, sooner or later you will inevitably be faced with what has to be the most common pipe repair – replacing a broken tenon. The first several times I dealt with a tenon replacement, I relied on pre-made tenons purchased from a … Continue reading Shop-Made Tenon Drilling Jig

My Dremel Polishing Techniques with a No-Name pipe from Sozopol Bulgaria

Originally posted on rebornpipes:
Blog by Dal Stanton My reaction to Steve’s request that I write a step by step procedure of how I use a Dremel in my restorations was, “Who, me?  Uh….”  When he said that I was the only one that he knew of that uses a Dremel for the entire buffing/polishing process and that my results were up there with high… Continue reading My Dremel Polishing Techniques with a No-Name pipe from Sozopol Bulgaria