Woody Style: i cant find 3/8 field points, what are you doing for the tip of the arrow?
Woody Style: 3/8 arent standard arrow diameters, what do you use for tips?
BrushCountryJamboree: jonnoocha do you also have the 5/8" cutter, reason i am asking is i need
some 3/8" & 5/8" dowels made from straight grain Maple
jonnoocha: No, not these. I bought a rough sawn board of Sitka Spruce from woodcraft
(I have a store close to my work) that I cut down on my table saw to stock
that was about 7/16" square x 32" long. Length would vary depending on your
arrow length. I used the spruce because it was very close grained and
perfectly quarter sawn, giving me grain that ran perfectly down the length
of the shaft.
sbosco10: your rightt . i didnt think of that
jonnoocha: Depends on what you mean by "after they are cut". I use some pieces of wood
with a 1/2" groove cut into them to sort of guide the dowel after it's cut.
I'm holding 200 grit sandpaper to it as the dowel goes through the first
"support" if you will, to hold it steady, and give it a quick sanding
before I finish em up. If you meant straightening after they are cut, these
came out very straight, but if straightening is needed I suggest searching
it for that.
sbosco10: Can you put a normal straight piece of wood found in a forest in it ?
jonnoocha: I have never tried that, but would think a piece of wood straight from the
forest would be very wet, and would either gum up your cutter, or crack
after it dried after you cut it.
TheAntiAss: Gosh what would I do to get a 5/16th dowel maker like this...
stroscar: Great vid thanks, Where are you getting the wooden squares? from hardware
jrdubois1122771: is there anything you have to do to keep them from bowing after they are
cut, or do they stay straight by themselves?
thekangarooboxer: you would probably want to dry it first. maybe heat treat it and give it a
few bend corrections.
jonnoocha: Sorry BCJ. I only have the 3/8" cutter.
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Making Arrow Shafts using the Veritas Dowel Maker4.7
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