Thanks, Jan. Next time, maybe I will take time to open the door and
move the car to get more working room and better light. The lower part
of the vise does have some interesting details of hand craftsmanship as
opposed to machine shop fabrication. But that means I would have to
clean up the mess that always accumulates on a workbench.
On 10/12/21 8:32 AM, Jan Steinman wrote:
From: Jim Nichols <jhnichols@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jhnichols@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>>
When I? was about 10 years old, in the 1930s, this old leg vise was
mounted beneath a large Sweet Gum tree as a part of an outdoor
I might have given it more context by having an angled view.
As an engineer, I find the square-on plan view to be more "engineery" than
"artistsy," and would like to see more bits of it than just the full-frontal.
I like your paint job!
Tullahoma, TN USA
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