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Best Traditional Woodworking Books & DVDs: “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest” by Christopher Schwarz

22 days ago by WoodAndShop | 6 comments »

In my above video I share a must-have book for new and seasoned traditional woodworkers: “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest” by Christopher Schwarz. You can see the original review on my blog post here. “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest” is one of my absolute favorite books on the subject of traditional woodworking. Chris Scwharz displays his unfiltered humor, and no-nonsense approach to modern day woodworking anarchism: (1) build your own quality furniture instead of buying throw-away furniture...

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Roubo Workbench #1: Roubo Workbench Chapter1

56 days ago by Dave | 0 comments »

Fellow LumberJocks I started chronicling my Roubo Workbench build in my blog – One Inch Caulk. Ill be posting a few entries starting with this one the details the 5 day class at Marc Adams School of Woodworking with guest instructor Christopher Schwarz where we build 16 Roubo benches from some fabulous ash. I hope you will take a look. Thanks, Dave

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H.O. Studley Tool chest is the subject of a new Lost Art Press book

1052 days ago by woodtechbbq | 1 comment »

Christopher Schwarz posted the “First Look: The H.O. Studley Toolbox”. This is a very early look at then new book “Virtuoso: The Toolbox of Henry O. Studley” by Don Williams. Oh this is so exciting! I have dreamed for a long time to see the inner most workings of this toolchest. And to find out more information about the man responsible for creating this amazing chest and lots of the tools within it. So when is the pre-order guys? This might have to be a leather bo...

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My journey in workbench design #3: More thoughts on Workbench Design

2417 days ago by Mike Lingenfelter | 11 comments »

I’ve been giving a lot of thought to which bench design would work best for me. I still like the first bench I designed, based on a Frank Klausz style bench with a few modifications. As I started to think about building the bench I knew it was going to be ambitious, in skill and time. I went back to the drawing board so to speak. I reviewed all of the information I had gathered in my workbench research. One bench started to standout and it was the Holtzapffel bench, which Christopher Sch...

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