Goings’ On

It has been a good bit since I have posted anything. I appreciate the inquires as to whether I was alive, thankfully, the answer is in the positive. It has been a heck of a year for my family and myself as it has been for the entire world. We have faired pretty well so... Continue Reading →

Repeat, Repeat, Repeat….

The past two weeks I have been working with a new horse that has recently joined our family. Cheyenne is a four year old filly that has never been broke, so I had to begin at the beginning. I am not a cowboy by any means but for some reason enjoy the process of getting... Continue Reading →

Vises in Stock (for now)

SOLD OUT If you would like to be added to the wait list for the next bunch send me a message. I have just completed another batch of tail vises to cover the overflow from the last. If you would like one, I have five extras on hand. These are ready to go and will... Continue Reading →

Different Strokes

I get quite a few photos of benches folks have built from the article I wrote or the video on the Moravian workbench. Most pretty much follow the plans, but not always. I like to see the modifications, vises and different joinery people employ in their bench builds. Wood worker extraordinaire Jeff Bremer sent a... Continue Reading →

Vises on The Way

After a whirlwind of welding, assembly and packing all of the largest group of tail vises I have made to date are on the way to their new owners. The last few when out this morning. If for some reason you ordered a vise and have not received an email with tracking info please let... Continue Reading →

Herman Has Arrived

Most of the workbenches we have built in the past three French Oak Roubo Project builds I do not get to see in there completely finished forms. When the builds have concluded the benches leave at about 95% completion but without the final touches that you can it call done. Horace Gordon of Florida who... Continue Reading →

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