|Project by coachjohnson||posted 06-25-2014 01:35 AM||2011 views||9 times favorited||13 comments|
Big, huge, thank you to shipwright for posting the plans and walking me through the whole process. Took a little while for me too finish, I actually started right after Christmas. But with a 1 year old you get very little shop time.
We’ll I don’t have to go into too much build detail you can read that in shipwright’s blog on the original V8.
Best advice i can give anyone that attempts to build the wagon vises is that they won’t be perfect right off the bandsaw. Have a good set of chisels ready to get the fit right. I spent way to much time trying to get them right just off the saw.
I didn’t veneer the legs. No experience in that department. I just edge banded them with alder and stained them kona.
The top skin isn’t a solid piece. It’s several smaller boards laid like hardwood flooring. Actually the majority of the top was oak stripped from pallets. The lighter colored pieces are hickory. And I through in a little arts and crafts touch with the decorative dowels in the top.
The wagon vises are from pallets as well…Oak again.. And the leg vise is hickory and the logs are from pallets. And of course shipwright provided the awesome v8 logo.
Again thanks shipwright. I hope I did you design justice.
-- Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.