I started my next project which is to be a gift for a friend that recently had a baby. They are into sailing so I wanted to make something that represented the water. I had some lyptus in my wood rack that I enjoy using – density of oak with c...
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Location: Bargersville, IN
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|added blog entry||Making Waves in Wood||37 days ago|
|added blog entry||Roubo Workbench #4: Ch3 - Crossed Up||41 days ago|
|commented on||Introducing The Enforcer and The Persuader||43 days ago|
|added blog entry||Roubo Workbench #3: Chapter 2 - Assembly, End Cap and Vise||51 days ago|
|commented on||Roubo Workbench #2: Gramercy Holdfasts from Marisa||52 days ago|
|added blog entry||Roubo Workbench #2: Gramercy Holdfasts from Marisa||52 days ago|
|added blog entry||Love of the Hand Plane||52 days ago|
|added blog entry||Roubo Workbench #1: Roubo Workbench Chapter1||56 days ago|
|added project||Introducing The Enforcer and The Persuader||57 days ago|
|added blog entry||New woodworking BLOG||57 days ago|
|commented on||A box no father should ever have to make||115 days ago|
|commented on||Retrofit Benchdog ProMax to Sawstop ICS||1300 days ago|
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|replied on||IS Saw Stop Technology REALLY The Best????||1471 days ago|
|commented on||Lyptus and maple blanket chest||1472 days ago|
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After the success tweaking the installation for the end vise I hoped the good karma would continue to the leg vise. Not so… It All Starts With A Small Bonk… I removed my chop from the clamps, removed the glue and jointed/planed to size. th...
After class the bench parts were loaded into the truck and brought home. I have a double right angle entry to the basement steps. One of my classmates, Sean Baker of San Diego graciously volunteered to help get the heavy top into the basement. ...
To compliment my new roubo workbench (in process) and to add to my hand tool fascination I ordered a set of 2 Gramercy holdfasts from Tools for Working Wood. The purchase was simple as with most online stores. The cost was $20 for 1 or $35 for 2...