woodworking vise | Benchcrafted™ Glide Leg Vise Hardware - Lee Valley Tools

woodworking vise | Benchcrafted™ Glide Leg Vise Hardware - Lee Valley Tools

Shazam! Fasten your bench-top tools to your workbench in seconds. Bolt 3/4-in. plywood bases on the tools and then glue and screw a wood strip along the front edge to fit into a woodworking vise. Crank this strip into a vise to lock the tool into place. If you don't have a vise, drill a couple of clearance holes along the face of the wood strip on the base and drive screws through the strip into the edge of your workbench. Then just unscrew to remove the tool.

Simple Ways to Make Your Workbench Work Harder

Shazam! Fasten your bench-top tools to your workbench in seconds. Bolt 3/4-in. plywood bases on the tools and then glue and screw a wood strip along the front edge to fit into a woodworking vise. Crank this strip into a vise to lock the tool into place. If you don't have a vise, drill a couple of clearance holes along the face of the wood strip on the base and drive screws through the strip into the edge of your workbench. Then just unscrew to remove the tool.

Making a woodworking vise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeNU7WqNoVY

Making a woodworking vise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeNU7WqNoVY

After 19 years of building workbenches and testing workholding devices, I am darn picky about what equipment I have on my benches. In truth, I don’t have a lot of vises on my benches because I prefer simple workholding. But when it comes to my leg vise – the most important part of my bench – I am an absolute fool for Benchcrafted’s Crisscross. Paired with the company’s Classic vise …

The Best $139 I’ve Spent on my Bench

After 19 years of building workbenches and testing workholding devices, I am darn picky about what equipment I have on my benches. In truth, I don’t have a lot of vises on my benches because I prefer simple workholding. But when it comes to my leg vise – the most important part of my bench – I am an absolute fool for Benchcrafted’s Crisscross. Paired with the company’s Classic vise …

Living on the edge without a vise: Use blocking and a second set of clamps to hold work pieces vertical for working on edges.

Living on the edge without a vise: Use blocking and a second set of clamps to hold work pieces vertical for working on edges.

American Woodworker #153 April/May 2011 Preview $20 Leg Vise - Resources - American Woodworker

American Woodworker #153 April/May 2011 Preview $20 Leg Vise - Resources - American Woodworker

The bench is not difficult to build, but it requires a methodical construction process. If you follow the procedure carefully, you get a massive top that's flat, square, and needs hardly any cleanup after it's glued together. The top has four rows of bench-dog holes bored into it. Specialized hardware called bench dogs fit into these holes, and when combined with other accessories and our Yost woodworking vise, the benchtop can hold a workpiece of just about any shape or reasonable size…

You Can Build This Gorgeous, Do-it-All Workbench

The bench is not difficult to build, but it requires a methodical construction process. If you follow the procedure carefully, you get a massive top that's flat, square, and needs hardly any cleanup after it's glued together. The top has four rows of bench-dog holes bored into it. Specialized hardware called bench dogs fit into these holes, and when combined with other accessories and our Yost woodworking vise, the benchtop can hold a workpiece of just about any shape or reasonable size…

3 Classic Vises made with Pipe Clamps - Popular Woodworking Magazine

3 Classic Vises made with Pipe Clamps

How to Build a Twin-Screw Vise | DIY Woodworking Tools #10

Make Your Own Bench-Vise!

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