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08-04-2019 08:54 PM

looking for info about Louis Sauzedde of ''Tips From A Shipwright" - 0 replies

Hello, Has anyone seen or know of the presents of Louis Sauzedde, he was on the Tips from a Shipwright series??He was going to do another season and boat build, but for some reason just stopped and never heard from him again. I hope he is still around somewhere and no health issues have befallen him. If anyone knows about him and where he ma...

08-16-2015 06:28 PM

tool size - 1 reply

My band saw is bigger than your band saw,

03-19-2015 12:35 PM

I finially understand a hand planes value - 1 reply

I have been messing with hand planes for a few years now, rehabbing, buying and selling on ebay. But never really using or understanding how usefull and valuable a hand plane can be. I have a 300$ power planer and a very nice joiner, but both need blades and resharpening. So after thinking about what a mess dual blades can make, i decided to use...

02-27-2015 04:02 PM

Free Woodworking Plans "SCAMS" - 2 replies

Hello everyone, I have been reading about different guys that have been scamed by the “free wooworking plans” from “Teds woodworking” thoes free plans arent free and dont exist. Too many fellow woodworkers who trusted what they believe to be another fellow woodworker, have lost money and faith in woodworking!! What...

12-25-2013 01:26 AM

Merry Chirstmas to All - 6 replies

I have enjoyed reading all the blogs and just all the info here, i want to say thank you and a merry christmas to all!!!

12-28-2011 04:58 PM

Expansion of the top on the Roubo and Holtzapeffel worbench - 6 replies

I have a question for those of you who have built the Roubo or Holtzapeffel workbench. The top is attached to the base without any means for allowing it to expand or contract without moving the legs with it. So if this is true, do the streatchers on the leg assemblies end up with gaps do to the expansion/contraction. If so is it enough to worry...

09-24-2011 05:29 PM

creating a wagon vise and a leg vise - 2 replies

Does it seem reasonable to use a small front vise with guide rods mounted under the workbench to use as a wagon vise. This would have the outer face plate mounted to the workbench and not moving and the center of the vise where the drive screw passes through would now move as it is not screwed to the bottom side of the bench top. The back of the...

09-15-2011 10:02 PM

building a workbench for empty pockets - 16 replies

Hello, This is my first post and not sure if its in the right place, its mostly a question. I have been doing workworking for over 35 years now and after some personal loses I find myself in need of a new shop. I was wandering if it would be exceptable here to ask about building a workbench to sell. No I am not starting a company, just need t...

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