Ok, let me preface by saying that when I first got into woodworking, I started buying up every power tool there was (Mostly craigslist buys) and every nifty jig from taper jigs to dovetail guides to router bits, etc. In growing up in a house where...
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I know this is going to sound like a complete “Duh!” moment, but I personally find it so interesting how there are so many different ways to get a job done for certain people. I guess the interesting part for me is how I find people u...
After working on my workbench for a little while now, I’ve decided that there are things I would change for my type of work. #1 thing is the height. i went with the 34” based on Christopher Schwartz recommendation and I find myself b...
I had used the self made twin screw for a while and I found it incredibly aggravating to work with, so I scrapped it and traded up to a Lee Valley cast iron vise most by Yost. I took everything out that was associated with the old twin screw. It...
Ok guys, this part of the build has def been the most tedious. I cut that hole for the leg vise screw with a 2 9/16” fortstner bit that the drill press wouldn’t touch and my electric drill was stripping gears, so I did it by hand with ...