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I made this workbench, my first, as a hybrid design based on the Not So Big workbench and Matt's Monster Workbench. Both appeared in FWW. The bench base is locally…
Another great book for my library! Throw my name in the hat. I love "real" books.
It is always interesting to read about inspirational crafters.
Throw my hat in the ring.
I have a small metal working vise that fits in the lower right hand drawer. When I need it, I mount it in the front vise. The metal vise determined the size of the lower right hand drawer. The rest of the sizes came from drawing a few full size sketches. The case is 3/4" plywood, biscuit jointed together. One thing led to another and I am pleased with the results. The bench is turning out to be a very nice tool. A pleasure to use.
I just happen to have a little empty space on my bookshelf. These books would take care of that nicely. Plus they would no longer be cluttering up your limited space !
Books are like clamps. You can't have too many good ones.
Every woodworker could use this book. Especially me !!!
Well, now, this would be a nice addition to anyones library. Especially mine !!
Gregory is the Arts & Crafts guru. That comment alone ought to get me a copy of this DVD, HA! HA!
Good books are like clamps. You can't have too many. I like "real" books
I learned mechanical drawing in the early 1960's. This may be a new trick for an old dog.
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