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    Keeping it simple, a bench hook

    The workshop is a bit crowded at the moment so I made myself bench hook so that I don't have to get the workmate out for simple sawing jobs.

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    Bench hook - Mini Woodworking Project

    My plan is to make a magnifier lamp a bit like this with wooden base and supports but a 3D printed head.

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    Thanks Andy! I've added your Bench Hook to our Clamps and Woodworking categories, as well as to your builder page: Workshopshed's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Good idea, I have seen some thing like it looking at old woodworkers shop photos. I might try this one out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jere View Post
    Good idea, I have seen some thing like it looking at old woodworkers shop photos. I might try this one out!
    Having resorted to clamping things to the table to actually make this I am sure I will appreciate it's usefulness even more. You don't have to make it that accurately to get the benefit.


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