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IMG-20150514-00367.jpgholdfasts15 viewsat the Roskilde shipyard where they are recreating viking age shipsdlarue
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GC2012-2.jpgGalootaclaus 201290 viewsHoldfast, turned mallet, leather punch and thin, clear plank. nicknaylo
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sawbench_3.JPG156 viewsKnee high so I can hold down work with my knee. About 30" long and 11" wide. holes in top for holdfasts. Stretchers morticed into legs. Southern yellow pine. The plywood gussetts are probably overkill, but hey, It will never wobble. Brentpmed
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holdfasts.jpgholdfasts117 viewsi finally drilled my grandfather's workbench for the koontz holdfasts i bought a few years back...sometimes it takes me a bit to decide. 13/16" holes, 18" apart, about 5" from the front edge of the bench.madwing
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holdfastsS.jpgHoldfasts123 viewsTwo for the Woodworking bench, one for the anvil.John Odom
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holdfast.JPGHoldfast April 201137 viewsTaking my cue from Michael S. I was frightening the new neighbours today.dlarue
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100_2819.JPGHammer Time58 viewsBashing out a holdfast on one of those rare Indian Summer days.dlarue
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100_2821.JPGholding fast87 viewsHoldfast I made Nov 15 2009dlarue
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IMG_0811.JPGHoldfast 2171 viewsMade for my anvil rather than for my workbench. This thing has been reshaped at least a half dozen times to suit the work on the anvil. Nevertheless it holds workpieces quite well.jjl134
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IMG_0812.JPGHoldfast160 viewsMade from 1/2" mild steel bar, forged on an old gas grill using lump BBQ charcoal for fuel.jjl134
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IMG_0155.JPGBoring 2179 viewsEverything was held for boring by clamping it to my sawbench with a holdfast, and a sacrificial pine board was clamped behind the work to prevent blowout on the bottom side.TRexF16
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IMG_0435.jpgHoldfasts66 viewsThese are my home made holdfasts. Notice that these were once clamps. I bent some round stock and welded it to the clamp after cutting off all but the screw part. They are a little slower to use than a normal holdfast, but I am not in a great hurry.Oldmillrat
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