Material: Cast Iron (Castings) and Steel
This set of vintage plans was loaned to me by a friend who has had them for many (30+) years. The plans are for a “Six Inch Stroke Bench Crank Shaper” from the Pootatuck Corporation of Stratford Connecticut. However, I can’t seem to find any information about them online. The plans are old enough that I believe they are no longer protected under copyright. If this is not the case, please let me know and I will remove them.
Also, if anyone has any information about this shaper, including pictures or videos of a completed version of this shaper, please post them to the forum.
Which reminds me, for those of you who haven’t heard, projectsinmetal.com has a new forum! The new forum will allow users to communicate with each other more easily and provides a simple way for visitors to share pictures of their projects, ask and answer questions, etc. The forum is free, so please take a moment to register via the “Forum” tab at the top of the page.
One more thing, it looks as though someone used to supply castings for this shaper. If anyone is still supplying castings, please let us know by posting the information to the forum. If not, this might be a good casting project for the furnace my friend Barry is building. Also, if you’d be interested in buying castings for the shaper, please leave a comment below or on the forum.[ad]
Six_Inch_Stroke_Bench_Crank_Shaper_by_Pootatuck_Corp.pdf (7.1 MiB, 2,937 downloads)
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