"historical" joiners bench
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  Re: RE: "historical" joiners bench by camp10 (It looks like a Fran...)
(01-13-2021, 08:53 AM)camp10 Wrote: It looks like a Frank Klausz style bench.  Mine is built from his plans. Looks about the same size.  Similar shoulder and tail vice.   I use a bolt to attach the stretchers.  It works fine, but I like the look of the tusk tenons.


I built it 30 years ago, so still 70+ years to go.  It's been a good bench. I wouldn't sell it for $800.   

Now that looks a little more like a bench worth $800. Modern, tight, and fresh!
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