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Bob Key's Bench Accessories
Illustrations and descriptions of various items that make your bench more useful.
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Workbench Tools
Nice, short photo essay of various workbench accessories from Galoot Tony Seo.
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A Shop-Made Bench Dog
Extrordinarilly documented construction of a round bench dog, by Galoot Karl Rookey.
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Lee Valley Twin Screw Vise - Users Notes
An excellent article on the strengths and shortcomings of the popular Lee Valley Twin Screw Vise by Wiley Horne. This article grew out of an exchange on WoodCentral where Adam Cherubini posted some questions about this vise, specifically being used as an end vise. Wiley made concise measurements and took a ton of photos, and we all benefit from his experience. Article posted on Roger Nixon’s excellent Traditional Tools website.
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Multi-Mode Vise
Very cool vise designed by Paul Pedersen that functions both as a traditional front-vise and a shoulder vise. I’m gonna make one of these.
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The Humble Bench Hook
Good article on use of bench hook from inthewoodshop.org.
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A Versatile Shooting Board
Handy bench accessory for cleaning up edges and ends, from Jeff Gorman's A Woodwork Notebook.
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The Emmert Vise Page
Everything you ever wanted to know about this most useful workbench accessory.
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The Iron Hand
Another great Emmert Vise page, this one by Carl Matthews.
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Hanging Sawhorse
Inspirational pictures of a sawhorse that hangs off the face of your bench.
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An Alternative to a Tail
WoodCentral poster Norman shows us how he's set up to face plane boards without a tail vise by using strategically placed battens.
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Make Your Own Bar Clamps
Home-made workholding accessory from The Spalted Board.
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Forged Holdfasts
Galoot Phil Koontz (living in the Alaska wilderness) gives his insight into making forged holdfasts. He claims any beginning blacksmith can do it.
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T-Track Toggle Support
From American Woodworker, this is a short tip on building a support for edge-planing long boards.
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My Old Tools Classic Bench Vises
Selling used classic woodworking vises, including Emmerts.
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MCW Workbench Accessories
Shooting boards for sale available from Auusie Woodworker Michal Connor.
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Retrofitting a Wagon Vice
Culled from the Woodworking Magazine Blog, Christopher Schwarz posts about retrofitting a wagon vice (essentially a moving dog in an otherwise solid bench top) to his now famous Roubo-style bench. Not many details, but good inspiration, and the most detailed coverage of this type of vice I've been able to find to date. Part two of the discussion and some modifications can be found here.
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Installing a Leg Vice
Galoot Charlie Griggs posts this description of retrofitting a salvage leg vice on an existing bench.
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St. Peter's Cross
Illustration and discussion about a device to automatically keep a leg vice parallel. From Christopher Schwarz' Woodworking Blog.
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