On Fri, 5 Feb 2010 17:42:17 -0800 (PST), Luigi Zanasi
My Workmate's rubber leg tips are long gone, then I finally sold the
thing at the last garage sale. I used the Workmate very little after
building a real workbench, but I can understand the portability of the
Workmate is very good.
On Fri, 05 Feb 2010 23:06:49 -0500, the infamous dhall987
Now please stop replying to the toomanytwinkiestroll.
Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire,
you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will.
-- George Bernard Shaw
The first thing I did after I brought mine home from an auction was to hose
Since I did it after-market, maybe that qualifies as a mod?
I was the only bidder and I paid $5 (in retrospect, I probably could have
got it for $2).
Who would have thought that no one except me wanted it? It paid for itself
on it's first task.
Who knows, maybe it will work as a sharpening stand (until I build a
stand or planer stand as a "practice project" for my workbench). Come on
The rest of the book is pretty good, too. Almost a little too
informative -- deciding which features to include in the "perfect"
bench is daunting, though there are some nice measured drawings in the
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