|Project by Bricofleur||posted 10-11-2010 12:26 AM||4686 views||34 times favorited||23 comments|
To maximize my Bessey assembly blocks, I cut hardwood strips so they would slip into the upper grooves, up to the top of the blocks. I also made a bracket to hang them from, on the wall french cleats cut at 45°.
As shown, they are useful when crosscuting with my portable circular saw without risking damaging my workbench, with complex glue ups like these drawers’ bottoms, raise workpieces easily when using vise-clamps to assemble pocket hole joints.
They also are handy to support a temporary plywood platform when I’m working at the lathe.
To get all those benefits, one can make it’s own blocks also.
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