Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'stops'

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This Old Bench of Mine - New Bench Stops

09-16-2011 04:45 PM by Tootles | 6 comments »

My Dad made this bench in about my last year of school, or perhaps shortly thereafter. It’s made of some scrap pine that he got from somewhere. He made the vice too, complete. It is an interesting design. We didn’t have enough wood for the full width of the top. So the bench has a recessed section at the back intended to place your tools out of the way allowing you to move the project over them while working. It can be quite useful actually, even if it is a bit more di...

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Shop Skills #6: Holding and Routing Small Profile Mouldings

10-27-2009 06:09 PM by Todd A. Clippinger | 22 comments »

An Opportunity to Share While creating some detail mouldings for cabinet doors and drawers, I realized this would be a great opportunity to share how I handle these smaller pieces. Simple But Safe The methods that I use are very simple but create safe handling in a small production setting. My work table is not a traditional style woodworking bench, it has a solid laminate top without bench dog holes. I like the clean solid surface for the type of work that I do. This would...

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