Calling all readers for some help with a bit of archery related research.
Fellow NFAS archer Andy is doing a project to find out what materials and options people use for wooden arrows. He has created a simple 10 question survey and is trying to get as many people as possible to complete it.
I recently saw at one of the trade stands at the 3D champs retailer selling tapering jigs.
Lee Philips has produced a jig that allows arrow makers to taper wooden shafts down for barreling of arrows. Sadly I didn’t get chance to buy one at the event but ordered one which arrived at the weekend.
I’m yet to use it but am very impressed by the construction, just need to find some shafts to try it out.
close up of taper jig, you can see the feed into the sanding blocks