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Vise.JPGErie Toolworks Vise4 viewsportable vise with a grommet and wingnut, like a carvers screws nicknaylo
bucketfull_jpg.JPGbucket19 viewsit works!dlarue
IMG_6685.JPGdetail of the older leg vise screw mount32 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
IMG_20150826_214807.jpgfinished 19 viewsBLO, old bit of saw blade, and it works fine.dlarue
IMG_20150825_222905.jpgscraper works16 viewsthe scraper works, time to make the handles comfydlarue
finds.jpgGarage Sale finds, 10/1497 viewsfrom top to bottom:

* looks like a pair of tin snips, or side cutters for sheet metal, or ? a definite whatsit.
* a 3/8" drive thorsen ratchet handle
* a russell green river works sharpening steel destined to be a center punch, and
* a "Germany US Zone" ratcheting screwdriver with a solid blade.
small_panels.jpgraised panels64 viewssmall panels finished - the new plane works!dlarue
gangl.jpgGangl dovetail saw35 viewsfrom
WheelerPlane.jpgWheeler plane22 viewsWheeler molding plane. I think someone looked this up for me once and said Wheeler worked in the first quarter of the nineteenth C. The plane works well for something nearly 200 years old.dlarue
12_tons.jpg12 ton jack47 viewstook over 4 months of gentle persuasion, but it works now!dlarue
adventcalendar.jpgfinished advent calendar42 viewswell, the construction is done...
Gotta slap a coat of shellac on it, then maybe paint it, and certainly number the little drawers. But for now it works!
271_router_001.JPG271 router 1/8 cutter87 views This was done because of Bruno's but I'd recommend the stair saw over a router; it's just too slow uless you cut the sides first.roy griggs
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