So I’ve got the big pieces of the wagon vise ‘finished’ and trying to see how they all go together before I make the hole in my bench any larger to compensate. I also realized I may be in need of making a second one as the hole I...
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Location: Columbus, OH
beginner woodworker who's habit was on hold due to the necessity of college degree completion (graduated Jan. 2015). Starting with small projects to raise skill level and add to the shop jig collection. Also have a growing hand plane collection.
-- Beka/Becky - aspiring jill of all trades, still learning to not read the directions.
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I decided the other day to take another crack at the front leg vise. just too much gone wrong with it. So I went to Lowes and picked up another 2×8. I got the material on the main hole hogged out via drill press and have been working on the c...
Sorry all, pics will have to come later as I didn’t have my phone in the shop with me last night and I wanted to get something posted. I’ve been plodding along and got a few more things done. I got the front face of oak on the vise leg...
so I got the left side of the saw sliding nicely – but the smallest cut I can take is 3 1/4 inches… well that’s not going to ‘cut it’. So, I moved the fence over to the right side of the table (it’s separated i...
So for the moment, this is a placeholder for a bunch of pictures I’m going to toss up here on the latest step of this process. It’s all together and as long as I can get it fine tuned, will be great. The lineal bearings slide perfectly...