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Apparently the threaded holes stand up for years Also the threads do not prevent you from using your dog holes with other 3/4 inch accessories like parf dogs or lee valleys" bench dogs.

Apparently the threaded holes stand up for years Also the threads do not prevent you from using your dog holes with other 3/4 inch accessories like parf dogs or lee valleys" bench dogs.

Jig for glueing miter joints- good for picture frames.

Jig for glueing miter joints- good for picture frames.

angled holes - this looks a lot easier than the one I made with trunions

angled holes - this looks a lot easier than the one I made with trunions

Corner Clamp

Corner Clamp

TOOLS & MATERIALS Jet - Jointer-Clamp These clamps from Jet temporarily hold together a pair of boards at a right angle until clamps or screws can be added. By Tom Begnal Oct 25, 2005

TOOLS & MATERIALS Jet - Jointer-Clamp These clamps from Jet temporarily hold together a pair of boards at a right angle until clamps or screws can be added. By Tom Begnal Oct 25, 2005

Indispensable to any workbench for sawing and working on various materials. Ours is quality hardwood with a deluxe clamp made in Germany. Clamps easily onto bench edge up to 1-3/4 thick.

V-slot Bench Pin W/ Clamp

Indispensable to any workbench for sawing and working on various materials. Ours is quality hardwood with a deluxe clamp made in Germany. Clamps easily onto bench edge up to 1-3/4 thick.

Shazam! Fasten your bench-top tools to your workbench in seconds. Bolt 3/4-in. plywood bases on the tools and then glue and screw a wood strip along the front edge to fit into a woodworking vise. Crank this strip into a vise to lock the tool into place. If you don't have a vise, drill a couple of clearance holes along the face of the wood strip on the base and drive screws through the strip into the edge of your workbench. Then just unscrew to remove the tool.

Simple Ways to Make Your Workbench Work Harder

Shazam! Fasten your bench-top tools to your workbench in seconds. Bolt 3/4-in. plywood bases on the tools and then glue and screw a wood strip along the front edge to fit into a woodworking vise. Crank this strip into a vise to lock the tool into place. If you don't have a vise, drill a couple of clearance holes along the face of the wood strip on the base and drive screws through the strip into the edge of your workbench. Then just unscrew to remove the tool.

Quick & Easy Bench Dogs | Woodsmith Tips

Quick & Easy Bench Dogs | Woodsmith Tips

An inexpensive way to build a "Moxon vice" - bench-mounted broad area clamping device (you could face the jaw surfaces with plate aluminum and use it for clamping metal for welding, etc)

An inexpensive way to build a "Moxon vice" - bench-mounted broad area clamping device (you could face the jaw surfaces with plate aluminum and use it for clamping metal for welding, etc)

Inexpensive vise with pipe clamp Add along edge of work bench Even at odd angles for clamping

Inexpensive vise with pipe clamp Add along edge of work bench Even at odd angles for clamping

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