My other half shared this one with me, so I could share with you.
Meet the Samurai Carpenter who makes a workbench for generations...
very pricey i am sure
thing with benches like that is that they are for doing high end
stuff and usually that means someone that is very particular about
their bench and would design their own
but still a nice bench and a good project
but that site is
that site seems like you could get something
Nothing that lasts is cheap anymore. Not cheap in $$ or labor.
I am sure many would. But I know some who also love others designs.
Glad you like it.
Get something? You mean like a virus, trojan, etc,?
Site page checked out clean on multiple levels.
A benefit a computer security expert living under your roof.
I usually go post direct from YouTube but on occasion don't.
Thanks for the direct link.
Despite watching this video and another called "the perfect joint",
where Mr Samuri goes into much more detail on that cool sliding joint
thingie, I still am not sure what that entire unit is. Is it merely a
convenieunt sliding holder for a buncha "hold down clamps" or does it
have an entirely unrelated purpose? ;)
If you were talking about the front of the WB, the vertical piece with
numerous adjustment holds, that is to hold one end of a panel with the
other end of the panel held in the vise. The numerous holes are for
adjusting a hold fast or dog to the height needed for the particular
panel that you are working on.
If you go here and scroll down you can see it being used.
I cannot watch this video enough.
On Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 10:04:41 PM UTC-6, Casper wrote:
It's a good looking bench, but its not for me in my shop. since I have a 2-
car garage size workshop, I wanted a bench that I could utilize not only th
e top, but the bottom area as well. I built a workbench that has a lower s
helf for plastic storage totes (16 each), a middle shelf for putting boards
, and then the top, which is made from two sheets of 4x8 3/4" plywood. For
a DIY person that has a lot of items (plumbing, electrical, paints/stains),
the totes allow me to organize and store them under the workbench. The mi
ddle shelf allows me to put a lot of scrap boards underneath as well. The
workbench isn't fancy, but I'll take function over fashion anytime.
The past decade it has been "the thing", particularly amongst interwebz
wooddorkers, who do their wooddorking on a keyboard, to build a "Roubo
Apparently this a necessary, fashionable requirement to join the elite,
"iinterwebz keyboard wooddorker Guild", which has taken the place of
that rabble in "THE Ultimate router table Club", as amongst the coolest
of the cognoscenti.
Result is both the Neanders and Normites are spinning in their, analog,
I agree that every woodwoorker should build his/her own workbench ...
but one that fits what he/she does.
Anything else is sheer bullshitfoonerey. ;)
Translation: KKKarl couldn't build a workbench of that caliber if
his insolent ass depended on it. LOL
Talk about a textbook example of pompous bullshitfoonerey:
Wood Shop: www.e-WoodShop.net
KarlCaillouet@ (the obvious)
You obviously stole your website design from this guy, right?
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