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Well, that was a labour of love! Beautiful and interesting, but I am horrified by the thought of your poor lungs breathing in all those particulates. Please, I implore you, wear a powered full-face mask, or the rubber kind with changeable filters: you are too valuable to send yourself to an early grave from emphysema, or something similarly hideous! 🙏😘
Another super instructable and very professional video to go with it, thank you. I did wonder, to begin with at least, just how useful this mini bench would be, but your demonstration of the clamping power - thanks to some superb hardware - has convinced that I could use such a device. I, too, am getting into some rudimentary leatherwork, in order to make adjustments to my tool belt, and need a solid surface to absorb all the energy from the pounding!I don’t think that Rockler hardware is available here in the UK so I will need to hunt for a facsimile but, this should be an achievable and enjoyable project. Looking forward to your next instructable ?
What a stupendous achievement to have engineered each component to incorporate the same level of movement and interchangeability as the original mini-figure! Great work and thanks for sharing ?
Delightful to see someone using traditional hand tools effectively and what a smashing project. My former woodworking tutor was always telling my classmates and I to 'remove the arris' on every corner and it is not as easy as you might think to create chamfers of uniform size and angle with only a block plane and your own judgement! This tool will remove the inaccuracy of using your own eye, making every chamfer the same instead.Thank you for sharing ?
Kudos to you for giving the original designer full credit - respect for one's peers should be a given but, as you pointed out, it so often isn't. I loved the wonderfully cute twist at the end of your video - only the hardest of hearts would fail to be melted by the presence of such an adorably furry friend! Anyone who knows rabbits or cats will attest to their love of new seats lol.
A nice, simple fix for an awkward clamping problem. As someone pointed out below, in the the clamping example shown it would indeed be advisable to clamp the two perpendicular boards so that the force created, whilst tightening the diagonal brace, couldn't push them out of square. That's not because of any deficiency with the corner clamp of course as any pressure applied in this way would act to force the members apart.Anyway, it was also very pleasing to read an eloquent instructable - call me sad if you will, but a good grasp of grammar and proper punctuation pleases me enormously! Thank you for sharing. ?
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