Since my last post I have made absolutely no progress. No photos will be posted and no great advancements boasted about. You see, I have been consumed with keeping the basics of life in order, while my wife is able to tend to her father in his pas...
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Seems like a lot of work for not much to say. I got the wagon vises roughed in and the second side of the bench top glued up. The vises were a challenge mainly because my vises aren’t as tall (thick) as the original design. Here is the wagon...
I was inspired by Shipwrights V8 work bench. In particular the lack of purchased parts, vises being the biggest expense. Short of a couple bolts, screws, and nails everything is shop made. With laminated plywood as the building block it occurred t...
In this entry I thought I would begin to post a couple of adds that I would consider potential shop builders. I’ll try and cover a few different pieces of equipment. I’m just going to do a few searches for today and pull out what I wou...
I’ve been thinking about doing a craigslist shop series for a while. With all the questions on craigslist, three phase, and pricing, I figured I should start by answering the immediate questions and try and help some make some buying decisio...