Workbench End Vise Can Also...
  Re: RE: Workbench End Vise Can Also... by K. L. McReynolds (Yeah, better for fur...)
(12-25-2019, 10:06 PM)K. L McReynolds Wrote: Yeah, better for furniture than firewood.

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  Re: RE: Workbench End Vise Can Also... by Timberwolf ([quote='K. L McReyno...)
(12-25-2019, 10:12 PM)Timberwolf Wrote: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

I have used cottonwood to make some dandy cross bucks and log holders. It has surprising strength for its low weight. When painted with a solid color stain, it will last for several years. Here's a table I made about five years ago for use with a log splitter:
It's still in service.
Rip to width. Plane to thickness. Cut to length. Join.
  Re: Workbench End Vise Can Also... by Edwin Hackleman (... be used to strai...)
I use my hydraulic press for straightening bars. I haven't bent one in quite a number of years now. Thought I probably did the other day after cutting a leaner. It grabbed my bar after a partial barber chair. Snagged it good. Had to use my extra saw to get it loose.


The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
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