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Discount Nicholson bench and a new workshop...

01-25-2016 09:10 PM by nisker | 2 comments »

I’ve recently gotten the opportunity to rent some room near my home, where I can have a workshop that’s not freezing cold or moist in the winter and very small – There is a catch though: If the owner finds someone who wants to rent the whole thing I have to move out, but for now I’m all set. This of course means I need a workbench – I’ve been wanting to build a Nicholson bench for a while, but with the above mentioned catch I’m not going to just ye...

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Farm Bench Leg Vise #2: Brace & Mayne Workbench & Vise

11-24-2014 05:41 AM by Rick_M | 1 comment »

This workbench is more primitive but carries the same angle brace leg vise mentioned in my previous blog post. Found in Farm Shop Work: Practical Manual Training, by George M. Brace and D. D. Mayne, 1915. http://thewoodknack.blogspot.com/2014/11/another-farm-workbench-with-angle-brace.html

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Farm Bench Leg Vise #1: Roehl Leg Vise

11-13-2014 03:45 AM by Rick_M | 23 comments »

[update: better pics on my personal blog]http://thewoodknack.blogspot.com/2014/11/unusual-early-20th-century-farm-leg-vise.html Posting this here so it doesn’t get buried in the workbench thread. While perusing Google Books I ran across an unusual leg vise arrangement on a Nicholson style bench in Farm Woodwork by Louis Michael Roehl, 1919. The leg vise has two angled braces rather than the usual pin bar. The angled braces, along with the screw, form a triangle that rides undernea...

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21st Century Workbenches Project #7: The First dry fit this will give you an Idea of how big these benches really are.

09-03-2012 09:59 PM by thedude50 | 10 comments »

Well my Friends I have been at if for some time now and felt it was time to get busy I worked on the legs first after a critical error the leg assembly had to be broken down which was a big job and then the legs were taken back one step the outer legs were re worked and the bench was put together for a test fit and to let the tops lye flat for a while to get them as flat as can be. First we made the leg assembly this is a through mortice that is back cut and wedged together for a tight fit...

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