Router Forums banner
1 - 9 of 9 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
31,264 Posts
It only took a year or two, Stick told me I needed one. I also mounted a vise to my bench.
how about that..
sumbuddy actually listened to me...

nice scores BTW...
 

·
Premium Member
Rick
Joined
·
17,544 Posts
Nice setup Byran .I’d move to have a vise like that on my bench . Would certainly come in handy somedays
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,032 Posts
Hey Bryan. What made you "listen"? Just kidding......

Stick does have a tendency to doil out some sage advice from time to time and a good many times I wish I had listened more closely. Kind of reminds me of my son and I...........cept I look gooder.

I've seen the Wood River and Bench Dogs but really haven't seen them up close. I look at those and then the Lie-Nielsen and Lee Valley and wonder where the major differences are. I'm in the same boat and need to get one soon as I have a number of projects that have a good many tenons that will need smoothing as for now I'm cutting them at the table saw. Sanding will work but take longer and likely not be as smooth.

And then the vice is absolutely needed when planing or at least some method of holding the work. You might consider making some dog holes for longer/wider pieces at some point.
 

·
Retired Moderator
Joined
·
16,385 Posts
That is a nice looking plane and looks comfortable to use. You'll wonder how you ever managed without a vise soon.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,928 Posts
Hi, Bryan.
Very nice additions.
Is that a diy vise? I've thinking to instal one at my benchwork.
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
20,473 Posts
Really good choices Bryan. Warning: hand planes are addictive. Something about the sound they make is very satisfying. Historically, they were one of the very basic tools furniture makers HAD to have.

Now you get to learn how to sharpen plane "irons." Rob Cosman video covers it for ya:
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
20,473 Posts
Really good choices Bryan. Warning: hand planes are addictive. Something about the sound they make is very satisfying. Historically, they were one of the very basic tools furniture makers HAD to have.

Now you get to learn how to sharpen plane "irons." Rob Cosman video covers it for ya:
 
1 - 9 of 9 Posts
Top