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With two simple wooden crosspieces, a Workmate becomes a solid and stable sawbuck.
The jaws of the Workmate clamp and hold the sawbuck vee pieces securely.
These photos show in detail how the Workmate jaws hold the sawbuck pieces. They are gripped from above and below in a wedging manner and 'alternate' ...
The vees shown here were made from 13" lengths of good 2x4. They are actually "X" shapes with two short legs, the latter being long enough for the Wo...
The strength and rigidity of this setup is somewhat amazing. Most of our tree limbs are cut on site to around 4 or 4-1/2 feet in length (to fit into ...
Of course the vees can be set a little farther apart or closer together as shown in the photos here. The sawbuck dutifully held the short chunk of lo...
This sawbuck can be setup quickly anywhere it is needed and taken down for storage with virtually no more space required than the Workmate itself take...
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