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Red Oak Leftovers, desktop organizer #7: Prep work....

02-08-2022 01:04 AM by bandit571 | 0 comments »

Needed a plane set up… Set up the fence for width, and For depth. Tried to free up the bolt for the spur, was unable to….that is ok..we do have the Stanley?Wards No.78, IF I need to run the spur…May just go with a knife wall, anyway. Box lost it’s clamps, and was set aside, for now…need the bench space…those 2 hinges needed work.. Kind of too gappy….we have ways. Got out the Monarch metal vise ( better eat your Wheaties, first) and set...

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New Front Vise

01-20-2022 12:36 AM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

I got a new Yost vise early this year. Couldn’t wait to get the thing mounted up. Purchased a chunk of walnut from local wood store. I then turned the handles after blowing the dust off the lathe. Here is the video of the install.

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Festool stuff #14: Engineers vice mount plate, for the MFT3 table.

12-30-2020 11:59 AM by mafe | 5 comments »

Engineers vice mount platefor the MFT3 table. When I make stuff like jigs and so in the workshop, I often find my self running from one end to the other, as my engineers vice is in an other room by my big workbench, but the other day I had it! Since I have several vices laying around, I decided to dedicate one to my MFT3 workbench, like this the running can come to an end and I can focus on the work. I had an engineers swivel base, clamp on vice that I found good for the project, as it ...

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Vise choice stumping you ? Have a small shop ? DIY Moxon vice

10-20-2020 09:29 PM by OldBull | 1 comment »

There is a lot of noise when searching woodworking topics. Everything I have purchased or built for my shop so far has cost me time and effort. Some were especially difficult because of the opposing opinions on the internet. The noise can be loud and polar opposite opinions split 50/50. The latest cause for strained eyes has been which bandsaw, which boils down to bearings or ceramics. But I did find an incredibly good answer to which vise I could get that fit my needs, diverse, function...

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Drawer Vise - Improvised Work Holding

04-16-2020 12:06 AM by Doug | 1 comment »

Recently I’ve been working from a location where I do not have access to all of my tools – including my workbench. Not having a bench makes it a bit hard to hold work for planing. Well, I came up with a solution to the problem. I call it the “Drawer Vise”. Now, I know what you’re thinking! “Is this for real?” Well, check it out for yourself. You can see it in action here on my You Tube channel. If you like it give it a thumbs up. Be sure to subs...

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Installing a Quick Release Vise

12-06-2019 01:56 AM by Dimensions | 3 comments »

After recently completing my first real workbench, it was time to install the most important accessory, the vises. I found the instructions to be rather confusing so i decided to make a video detailing the process. You can check out that process here: https://youtu.be/_Ks8-yaS45M Thanks for checking it out and there will be several more videos about the other accessories for the bench to come :)

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Mini-Roubo from Oz #7: Fitting the Bench Crafted "Glide" Vise and "Criss Cross"

09-30-2019 07:50 AM by siggykc | 4 comments »

G’day folks, It’s been a quiet one on my behalf as hayfever has struck me down the past few days due to the impending Spring here in Melbourne, Australia. I noted that the readership went down on my blog, perhaps because I am a little long winded? Please let me know and I’ll try adjust my style of writing accordingly. The Bench Crafted leg vise has now been fitted, and here’s how it went. When I was happy with how the workbench top fitted to the base, I rem...

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Moravian Workbench #4: Turning the vise screw

09-12-2019 11:52 AM by Tom | 2 comments »

Now that the vise is operational, I wanted to turn a more pleasing shape on the vise hub. The challenge is locating the turning centers for the lathe. On the screw end, there were marks that appeared to be centered, so I could use that for the drive center. However, on the hub side, it was just a smooth flat surface. I used a simple method to locate a good center. I set the hub end on a piece of plywood and nailed four brackets around the hub to restrain it from moving laterally. ...

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Moravian Workbench #3: Setting up the Vise Part 2: The parallel guide

09-11-2019 08:40 PM by Tom | 1 comment »

The parallel guide is the part at the bottom of the vise that has a pin inserted to lever against. The guide is made of oak that is 7/8” x 2” and 16” long. The guide slides in a mortise cut into the vise support board between the stretcher and the workbench top. The guide is mortise and tenoned into the vise chop at the school, but it is not assembled until you get home to make it easier to transport. The mortise is 1-1/2” x 7/8”. This allows 1/4” sh...

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Moravian Workbench #2: Setting up the Vise Part 1: The garter

09-11-2019 07:45 PM by Tom | 2 comments »

The first thing that you probably want to do when you get home is set up the leg vise. A mortise needs to be cut in the side of the vise chop to insert a garter which is a piece of wood that fits into a groove at the vise hub. I laid out the mortise 7/8” from the face of the vice chop. The mortise is 3/8” wide and 1-1/2” long. It needs to be aligned with the center of the vise hole. Then I chopped out the mortise with a 3/8” mortising chisel all the way thro...

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