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My roubo like bench has become a swiss army knife...

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On 1/16/2014 8:47 PM, woodchucker wrote:
My roubo like bench has become a swiss army knife...

I'd love to see that, but I don't get the binaries group. Got photos
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What a nice shop.....and multi-use......
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On 1/16/2014 8:59 PM, Greg Guarino wrote:
On 1/16/2014 8:47 PM, woodchucker wrote:
My roubo like bench has become a swiss army knife...

I'd love to see that, but I don't get the binaries group. Got photos
anywhere else?

Greg you can't get alt.binaries.pictures.woodworking?

I'll see about putting them up on imgur.

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On 1/16/2014 8:59 PM, Greg Guarino wrote:
On 1/16/2014 8:47 PM, woodchucker wrote:
My roubo like bench has become a swiss army knife...

I'd love to see that, but I don't get the binaries group. Got photos
anywhere else?


See http://imgur.com/a/YbWt2#0

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On 1/16/2014 9:18 PM, jloomis wrote:
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"Greg Guarino" wrote:

I'd love to see that, but I don't get the binaries group.


Astraweb.com solves that problem.

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On Thursday, January 16, 2014 7:47:53 PM UTC-6, woodchucker wrote:
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OK, Jeff, when are you coming over to help me organize my shop?

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On 1/16/2014 7:47 PM, woodchucker wrote:
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I would like to see the other end of the pipes to see how you make your
coarse adjustments. Would that bee too much trouble?
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On 1/17/2014 10:04 AM, Leon wrote:
On 1/16/2014 7:47 PM, woodchucker wrote:
My roubo like bench has become a swiss army knife...



I would like to see the other end of the pipes to see how you make your
coarse adjustments. Would that bee too much trouble?


See http://imgur.com/a/pgZ3e#0 I moved it to a separate page and
annotated it. Removed older images and put new images in place.
All 2x construction for cheap bench. I am leaving many chisel marks in
it, so it's not worrying me. If it really goes to crap, I'll just plane
it down and put a masonite top on it. But I don't see it being a
problem. It's saving my real workbench, and giving my back a well needed
rest for marking.

I did make the legs too high. My first set of dovetails came out awful,
I finally figured that my arm is too high. So it should be an inch or 2
lower, so that when sawing my arm is level. I did not anticipate the saw
height when I built it. I noticed my arm was level to the bench. Should
have put a saw in my hand, it makes a difference.

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I'd love to see that, but I don't get the binaries group. Got photos


anywhere else?



OK, I will rant. I just use Google news reader. Yes newsgroups are old technology living in this modern age. Alt binaries is always a problem for me too. I have never found a good solution and usually just do a Google search and find some re-poster site thing where I can view them. What a hassle. Wish we could just post pics here. But please all use flicker or flucker or some facebook or some fricking normal thing with a link so we can just click and see.

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woodchucker wrote:
On 1/17/2014 10:04 AM, Leon wrote:
On 1/16/2014 7:47 PM, woodchucker wrote:
My roubo like bench has become a swiss army knife...



I would like to see the other end of the pipes to see how you make your
coarse adjustments. Would that bee too much trouble?


See http://imgur.com/a/pgZ3e#0 I moved it to a separate page and
annotated it. Removed older images and put new images in place.
All 2x construction for cheap bench. I am leaving many chisel marks in
it, so it's not worrying me. If it really goes to crap, I'll just plane
it down and put a masonite top on it. But I don't see it being a
problem. It's saving my real workbench, and giving my back a well needed
rest for marking.

I did make the legs too high. My first set of dovetails came out awful,
I finally figured that my arm is too high. So it should be an inch or 2
lower, so that when sawing my arm is level. I did not anticipate the saw
height when I built it. I noticed my arm was level to the bench. Should
have put a saw in my hand, it makes a difference.

Those are man-sized pipe clamps!

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On 1/17/2014 1:40 PM, G. Ross wrote:
woodchucker wrote:
On 1/17/2014 10:04 AM, Leon wrote:
On 1/16/2014 7:47 PM, woodchucker wrote:
My roubo like bench has become a swiss army knife...



I would like to see the other end of the pipes to see how you make your
coarse adjustments. Would that bee too much trouble?


See http://imgur.com/a/pgZ3e#0 I moved it to a separate page and
annotated it. Removed older images and put new images in place.
All 2x construction for cheap bench. I am leaving many chisel marks in
it, so it's not worrying me. If it really goes to crap, I'll just plane
it down and put a masonite top on it. But I don't see it being a
problem. It's saving my real workbench, and giving my back a well needed
rest for marking.

I did make the legs too high. My first set of dovetails came out awful,
I finally figured that my arm is too high. So it should be an inch or 2
lower, so that when sawing my arm is level. I did not anticipate the saw
height when I built it. I noticed my arm was level to the bench. Should
have put a saw in my hand, it makes a difference.

Those are man-sized pipe clamps!

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On 1/17/2014 11:10 AM, woodchucker wrote:
On 1/17/2014 10:04 AM, Leon wrote:
On 1/16/2014 7:47 PM, woodchucker wrote:
My roubo like bench has become a swiss army knife...



I would like to see the other end of the pipes to see how you make your
coarse adjustments. Would that bee too much trouble?


See http://imgur.com/a/pgZ3e#0 I moved it to a separate page and
annotated it. Removed older images and put new images in place.
All 2x construction for cheap bench. I am leaving many chisel marks in
it, so it's not worrying me. If it really goes to crap, I'll just plane
it down and put a masonite top on it. But I don't see it being a
problem. It's saving my real workbench, and giving my back a well needed
rest for marking.

I did make the legs too high. My first set of dovetails came out awful,
I finally figured that my arm is too high. So it should be an inch or 2
lower, so that when sawing my arm is level. I did not anticipate the saw
height when I built it. I noticed my arm was level to the bench. Should
have put a saw in my hand, it makes a difference.



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I'd love to see that, but I don't get the binaries group. Got photos


anywhere else?



OK, I will rant. I just use Google news reader. Yes newsgroups are
old technology living in this modern age. Alt binaries is always a
problem for me too. I have never found a good solution and usually
just do a Google search and find some re-poster site thing where I
can view them. What a hassle. Wish we could just post pics here. But
please all use flicker or flucker or some facebook or some fricking
normal thing with a link so we can just click and see.


Echo that. I'm an old school usenet user but to be frank, the binary groups
are not worth chasing after anymore. There are tons of free web sites to
upload pictures to and then just post the link. Everybody can see it, it
generally shows better, and it generally downloads better. Let the binary
groups die. They've served their purpose and no longer do.

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Mike Marlow wrote:
SonomaProducts.com wrote:
I'd love to see that, but I don't get the binaries group. Got photos
anywhere else?

OK, I will rant. I just use Google news reader. Yes newsgroups are
old technology living in this modern age. Alt binaries is always a
problem for me too. I have never found a good solution and usually
just do a Google search and find some re-poster site thing where I
can view them. What a hassle. Wish we could just post pics here. But
please all use flicker or flucker or some facebook or some fricking
normal thing with a link so we can just click and see.

Echo that. I'm an old school usenet user but to be frank, the binary groups
are not worth chasing after anymore. There are tons of free web sites to
upload pictures to and then just post the link. Everybody can see it, it
generally shows better, and it generally downloads better. Let the binary
groups die. They've served their purpose and no longer do.

Build your own website. Then you can include photos and text as you
please and modify as you see fit. Works for me.
I can't access Facebook as I don't have an account there, so that
doesn't work for me.


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