Step 5: Finis

That there's one fine, functional bench pin.

Clamp it down so it's firm.

File a channel across one finger to hold a piece of rod you're sanding.
Saw a groove to hold the edge of a piece of sheet material.
Gouge out a dish you can wrap your fingers around to lightly squeeze-clamp your project.

Make one that suits your next Thing!
<p>I made a little bit advanced one. Before it I didn't thinked it's an essential tool, but it is to fretsaw, file tiny pieces. It can be secured by 2 clamps or a vise. Here is the ~ible: <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/2in1-Bench-Pin-With-Vise/">2in1 bench pin with vise (vice)</a></p>
I'm thinking that would work real nice held by a holdfast on a proper bench.<br><br><br>
What is a &quot;holdfast&quot;, please, as I think a couple of G-clamps is good but there's got to be something better.
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HvW81sOhuY" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HvW81sOhuY</a>
Thanks kindly for the video. It's a great vid., Charles Neil explains a holdfast and benchdog really well. <br> <br>Robert.
Absolutely! it's great because you can have a custom, adaptable surface anywhere around your shop.

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