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Building My Roubo Bench #4: Building the Wagon Vise - by Andy Panko @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Building My Roubo Bench Building the Wagon Vise

I will be starting on a new project for myself. This one is going to be a new proper hand tool workbench. It will be similar to the workbench above. I will have a tool well in mine and it will be almost 3’ wide and between 7-8’ feet long. I have not yet decided on what type of vice I will use. I would love to have a chain drive that is like 24” wide but I also want a quick release. I don’t think you can have both. So I am torn. I have time to decide though. I will be ...

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Birch Bench 11: Flattening Top, Leg Vise Install, T-Track, Danish Oil, and Completion for Now. Video of Vises and Deadman in Operation

Birch Bench Flattening Top, Leg Vise Install, T-Track, Danish Oil, and Completion for Now. Video of Vises and Deadman in Operation

Building workbench mounted tool boxes with birch and existing t-track on bench

Building workbench mounted tool boxes with birch and existing t-track on bench

Adding End Caps and Wagon Vise with Lee Valley Shoulder vise screw

Adding End Caps and Wagon Vise with Lee Valley Shoulder vise screw

Recycling old furnitures #1: Recycling a built-in desk to workbench - by Peter_R @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

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