Wow. I never finished the story. Sorry to leave the cliff hanger for this long.
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I have an apron on the front of my bench and it is kind of a pain to find and pop up the dog above my face vise from below. I also have a veritas prairie dog on that end but it is about 7” inches from the front and a little to far out someti...
Trying to source hickory in the dimensions I need for a turning blank were more difficult than I anticipated. I looked in to bat billets but found them extremely expensive. I even looked into large hand tool handles, like sledge hammers and such. ...
This will be a new venture for me in turning and blogging my work, so I’ll try to keep it as detailed as possible. Lately, some aspects of green woodworking have become intriguing for me and the list of “I want to try that someday...
Here is what I came up with for making my version of this jig. The box is stainless steel channel that can be clamped to the bench. I used an inexpensive Central Machinery trim router mounted to the top. Depth of cut is about an inch and a half bu...