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Woodworking Business - What To Build To Make Profits

Woodworking Business - What To Build To Make Profits

Woodworking is a great art and hobby that you can quickly turn into business. You need to know that different woodwork projects will have different markets. For instance, if you are making toys, then...

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Explore: The Bible of Christian Artifacts

Explore: The Bible of Christian Artifacts

Here's my latest find on the ol' Internets. This collection of Bible relics is claiming to be the "world's largest reliquary," featuring 31 individual artifacts and relics. Newcomers to this...

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Sawhorse Workbench

Sawhorse Workbench

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Gents, This is an idea I have for a sawhorse that doubles as a light workbench for indoor use. In the future I plan to make add another sawhorse and a couple of torsion boxes so that I have tha same...

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Its not pretty, but it works. My 2nd prototype workbench.

It's not pretty, but it works. My 2nd prototype workbench.

I wasn't sure if this counted as furniture, shop pics, or jig pics, so I just used the first option on the page. I was impressed with two designs of workbench from FWW, the new fangled workbench, and...

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Newfangled Workbench

Newfangled Workbench

For my first workbench I gave John White's plan a try. I used construction grade pine and half-inch iron pipe and made the bench 6 feet long, 32 inches high. I have enjoyed using the bench and find...

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Reclaimed Industrial Workbench--Part I

Reclaimed Industrial Workbench--Part I

Refinishing vintage cast iron legs and finding a suitable top for this industrial workbench.

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Moxon on the cheap

Moxon on the cheap

I saw an attractive design in an earlier gallery post and decided to put one together using some surplus 8/4 maple. Despite conventional wisdom, I actually had a couple of spare 3/4" pony pipe clamps...

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The last workbench I will ever build

The last workbench I will ever build

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Like many others, I felt it was time for a workbench upgrade, likely this would be the last bench I build and wanted it to be unique. The design is my own, incorporating many features from my...

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Benchtop Bench

Benchtop Bench

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Based on FWW article by Steve Latta. I highly suggest anyone over age 40 build one.  Very back & eye friendly. This thing has a ton of uses, I use it every time I'm in the shop now.  Light planing...

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Hybrid Tool Chest, Part III

Hybrid Tool Chest, Part III

Correcting some issues and adding an interior to this East-meets-West tool box.

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Split Roubo Workbench

Split Roubo Workbench

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This is my split roubo bench made entirely from reclaimed barn oak. It is 3' X 7'. The center boxes can be removed for additional clamping, the boxes can also be flipped over for entire bench to be...

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Roubo Workbench

Roubo Workbench

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White oak roubo. Lie-Nielsen tail vise, benchcrafted leg vise.

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My Wood Shop

My Wood Shop

Work in progress everyday.  Will it ever be perfect?

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My First Classic Workbench

My First Classic Workbench

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I waited to build this bench when I was confident with my woodworking capabilities.  I honestly should have built a easier way before this one, but I really knew what kind I wanted and just waited...

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The Woodworking Shows, Northeast.

The Woodworking Shows, Northeast.

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Vendors, instructors, and waves of woodworkers gather in Springfield, Mass.

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Leather Lined Vise Jaws

Leather Lined Vise Jaws

I recently posted a question to Shop Talk Live #74 about the pros/cons of lining vise jaws with leather. Mike Pekovich made two important points. Don't line the rear jaw of the front vise, because...

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Garage Workbench

Garage Workbench

I made this work bench out of pine boards and lumber.

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Workbench

Workbench

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Finally I got around to building a proper workbench. I used reclaimed maple and mansonia timbers for the structure and the top. The sides are completed with thick plywood and are coloured. As vises I...

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Moxon vise

Moxon vise

I recently completed my moxon vise. It is made of hard maple. I made a table top and drilled some 3/4" holes where I can use Veritas bench pups to clamp stuff on top. I bought an acme threaded rod...

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Black (and very green) locust workbench

Black (and very green) locust workbench

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The wood here is black locust, cut from a single tree - and very green when I got it into my garage shop and started working it several weeks back.   In fact, to quote Noel Coward (or was it Cole...

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