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    Post type leg vise for safer wood cutting.

    Building a post type leg vise for safer wood cutting. Click this link for more details.


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    I've seen a number of interesting projects lately that make use of a scissors jack. Never thought to use one for a vise type contraption. Time to go to the junkyard.
    Last edited by DIYer; 09-16-2014 at 03:17 AM.

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    Thanks pursang! I've added your Post-Type Leg Vise to our Metalworking and Vises categories, as well as to your builder page: pursang's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Thanks guys, much appreciated.

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    Great idea pursang! Looks very stable. Quicker and safer than using sawhorses. How tall is the vise btw?

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    Thanks Altair, I think my old sawhorse is pretty much retired now the stationary and moving 2"x6"s are both 36" tall.


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