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IMG_0715.JPGMoxon vise 28 viewsThis is build to drop into the dog holes along the east edge of the bench. With a 20" opening between the screws and a 6" capacity, it can handle most all drawer boxes I would likely work on as well as any dovetail joints.Charlie Driggs
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IMG_5122.JPGsouth end of workbench24 viewsthe upper end of the two leg vises are visible in this shot. The advantage of being able to work from any side of this bench is particularly usable when making up panels for furniture, as being done in this shot.Charlie Driggs
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IMG_6685.JPGdetail of the older leg vise screw mount25 viewsThis may look a bit rough to some, but it is definitely a cleaner installation than the way it was mounted on my grandfather's 80, 90 or more years main bench. This one works quite wel. With two leg vises on the south end mounted 'in plane', it is quite easy to hold short sections (3-5 ft) of lumber for sawing to a line, although the height isn't ideal. Also very useful for holding items when needing to run round tenons with one of the hollow augers.Charlie Driggs
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IMG_1740.JPGbench -- looking from north to south, with general purpose bench24 viewsthe GP bench is on the right (grinders, etc); the neanderbuddy and occasionally used contractor size saw are both on rolling bases, which helps a great deal in this tight shop.Charlie Driggs
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IMG_0799.JPGhold down storage along the west side of the bench24 viewsThe stretchers were a major stiffener of this bench, as until these were added it would rack a bit when planing large boards. Adding them created storage for items otherwise awkward to fit close at hand.Charlie Driggs
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IMG_0800.JPGsome readily accessible space between the leg vises - south end of bench24 viewsCharlie Driggs
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IMG_6613.jpgTucker vise in full 'exploded' mode21 viewspivoted, open, tilted -- it can take up the entire working space at the north end of the bench if fully utilizedCharlie Driggs
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MF_mitre_box.jpgMillers-Falls #16 1/2 mitre box128 viewsThis mitre box is completely unmarked as to maker or model but appears to be identical to the Millers Falls #16 1/2 12 inch mitre box. I added the cherry base for clamping to my workbench.Sgt42RHR
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IMG_20150822_174929.jpg2015 Galoot BBQ 283 viewsmy small workbench, so much better than a Workmate(tm).
The thing on the left if the shaving pony we were using to rough our spoon blanks with a small drawknife. I had a couple of dog tie-out stakes and a ratchet strap cinching the bench solidly to the ground.
dlarue
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IMG_20150822_174932.jpg2015 Galoot BBQ86 viewsRichard, Paula, Craig, Ian, and Matt, mostly busy observing the discussion going on at the workbenchdlarue
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IMG_20150806_213204579.jpgPexto 39 bench shear with handle11 viewscuts up to 7/16 barnicknaylo
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IMG_20150806_213211504.jpgPexto 39 bench shear10 viewsnicknaylo
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