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Combs Custom Builders Woodworking Shop

comments (9) March 11th, 2012 in Shop Tours        
TCombs TCombs, member
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Maple work surface with Bubinga shoulder vise and Indian Ebony vise pad.
Maple and Bubinga tail vise with cherry cap.
Tail vise and Wenge saw stop.
Bubinga tail vise with cherry cap and wenge saw stop. Showing some of the Curly Maple tool tray edge.
Maple work surface with Bubinga shoulder vise and Indian Ebony vise pad. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Maple work surface with Bubinga shoulder vise and Indian Ebony vise pad.


Shop Specs

  • Location: Hazelton, Canada
  • Size: 1620sq. ft.
  • Type: Detached
  • Focus: Cabinetry
  • Heating/Cooling: Forced air wood electric

Our newly finished Frank Klausz designed work bench. What a joy to have in my shop. It is both functional and a beauty to look at. It took about a year to build, working on it as I could carve away some time from my construction company.



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Comments (9)

highzenith highzenith writes: A dream bench. Amazing.
Posted: 2:26 am on August 30th

hfbond hfbond writes: That is the most beautiful work bench I have ever seen! Great job!
Posted: 10:35 am on July 21st

TCombs TCombs writes: Thanks so much for the kind remarks,evryone. It is nice to feel the community out there!
Posted: 12:44 am on June 9th

ray_pugh ray_pugh writes: What a beautiful table and craftmanship. It belongs in the house, not shop.
Posted: 9:10 am on April 21st

jg0258 jg0258 writes: Ah, I get it, thanks TC. I thought you were talking about the white guide on the tail vise.
Posted: 12:28 am on April 16th

TCombs TCombs writes: The saw stop is just a small flip up stop that allows you to position your board against it to saw it to length. Thanks for the positive comments. Tim
Posted: 12:50 am on April 15th

jg0258 jg0258 writes: What is a saw stop? I am planning to build one like yours but never heard of the saw stop.
Posted: 10:43 pm on April 12th

batty71 batty71 writes:
Well done mate

I am building the same bench, yours looks faaantastic!

I am just about to glue up my trestles and put the base together.

I can't wait till mine is finished.

Well done again.

Bryan
Brisbane, Australia
Posted: 11:17 pm on March 27th

garyprott garyprott writes: Now that there is one bew-tee-full bench. Thanks for the pics.G
Posted: 2:02 am on March 13th

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