Update on the Improved Pattern Dividers

Posted on 07 March 2017

Next Saturday we’re taking a big step forward to meet demand for our Improved Pattern Dividers. We know that many of you have been waiting (mostly) patiently. And I’m happy to say that soon we should have plenty.

On Saturday we’re moving production to a facility in Nicholasville, Ky., called Machine Time. While you probably have never heard of the company, the owner might be familiar. Machine Time is run by Craig Jackson, the founder of Easy Wood Tools.

Craig left Easy Wood after Pony Tools acquired his company, suspended Pony’s operations and then sold off Easy Wood. He’s a life-long machinist and was eager to keep his hand in manufacturing woodworking tools. His new facility is filled with some impressive large-scale CNC machines, which should make short work of our dividers.

All the components will be assembled and hand-finished in Raney’s shop in Indiana.

I can’t say exactly how soon we’ll have dividers ready to sell – it really depends on how smooth the transition to the new facility is. But the end (or the beginning, depending on your perspective) is in sight.

— Christopher Schwarz

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  • michael: March 19, 2017

    this is not a posting, but a request to please notify me when the dividers are again available

  • Albert Grant: March 15, 2017

    Hello Sales,

    I’m Albert Grant. am interested in purchasing some of your products, I will like to know if you can ship to my destination Cyprus, I also want you to know my mode of payment for this order is via Credit Card. Visa/MC/Amex

    Get back to me if you can ship to that destination and also if you accept the payment type I indicated above.

    Kindly return this email with your Website Or Attached the wholesale price sheets. I await your quick response.

    Thank You

    Kind Regards,
    Albert Grant.

  • simon: March 12, 2017

    Great news! I’m happy for you guys, that you have found someone who will make these for you. I was wondering how you will be able to make and also design new tools when you and your cnc can’t keep up with the production of just one tool (no offense!).
    I’m looking forward to learn about your next tools and the making of them (to me it is really worth a lot to know how stuff is made and to know who makes it)

  • Christopher Schwarz: March 08, 2017

    All comments are moderated by our blog software. So it takes time for them to show up. It says that below the commenting box.

  • Max Thelen: March 07, 2017

    So you have zero comments because your code has some translation bug?

  • MT: March 07, 2017

    That’s great. Let’s us know when you are finally done with the iterations and I’ll seriously consider putting in an order.

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