May 10, oh great! Then you would: 1. Slide out the stop to the thickness of your piece 2. Clamp your piece and make it rest on the stop 3. Plane away 4.
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May 10, oh great! Then you would: 1. Slide out the stop to the thickness of your piece 2. Clamp your piece and make it rest on the stop 3. Plane away 4. Be able to just slide out the stop completely, if it gets in the way. Thanks for the detailed reports on its construction.
Could put a pretty deep indentation into softer woods. Rich wapitiscat May 10, Your work bench inspired sexual innuendos have started to make me uncomfortable. And this is from a guy who enjoys the occasional double entendre. But mamilla and drill bits in the same sentence has crossed the line.
Please seek the therapy you so obviously need. Now, get back to screwing your workbench. Thanks for your version of the Moxon-Holme bench screw. The handle and screw are turned from one piece. The screw tightens easily by hand. Most threaders will not thread all the way to the handle. A slight relief is turned beneath the handle to allow the threader full use.
Jennie Alexander Thomas J. Hamernik May 9, Maybe more of a ball-shaped handle? May 9, Nice idea An alternative could have been to use a wedge combined with a sloped groove in the crochet. As the top crochet already needs hammering, it is not a problem to hammer the wedge.
Joseph Moxon’s Bench Screw
Life[ edit ] Between the ages of around 9 and 11, Moxon accompanied his father, James Moxon, to Delft and Rotterdam where he was printing English Bibles. It was at this time that Moxon learned the basics of printing. After the First English Civil War the family returned to London and Moxon and his older brother, James, started a printing business which specialized in the publication of Puritan texts, with the notable exception of A Book of Drawing, Limning, Washing or Colouring of Mapps and Prints of which was produced for Thomas Jenner , a seller of maps. In , Moxon visited Amsterdam and commissioned the engraving of globe-printing plates, and by the end of the year was selling large celestial and terrestrial globes in a new business venture.
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