Learn how to easily make affordable wooden bench dogs, and a simple, quick & accurate way to bore bench dog holes and holdfast holes. Links mentioned in …
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Great video mate, quick question though, why use a spade bit and not an auger bit, twist drill or Forstner bit?
the most important part of this movie is "it's just dogs, not furniture". When I see beautiful shine dogs for $ 50 a piece, I get angry.
I like your explanation, greetings from the desert, somewhere in Saudi Arabia.
Superb video thank you 👍🏽
You can also place a waste piece/board of wood below the bench top to prevent the bad finishing when the bit comes through. That way you dont need to drill upwards. I found it to work very well on delicate finish boards like mdf.
No need to watch for the drill bit poking through after the first hole. You just use a block of wood or whatever above the top to stop the drill from moving any closer to the top; the first hole let’s you determine how thick of a block to use. Almost like using tape on a drill bit to stop the drill, but tape doesn’t work so well with the spade bit.
Great video, well explained and nicely presented. Thank you 🙂
Useful information. Thank you for sharing! Wondering, do you have any workbench build projects?
Thanks for the link! Great video, saw a bunch of traffic and wondered why! Much appreciated!
What size dowel do you buy for 3/4" dog holes.
Jonathan I wanted to know if you could do a video on end vices? If you buy them or make them yourself? Also how do you install them. [ thanks ]
Do you have any workbench build projects/drawings? Thank you!
👍👍👍Thanks for useful tips and detailed information.
Perfect timing on the vid. My bench is built. Just need to drill these holes and mount the vices. 👍
Thank you ! Always relevant ! Cheers !
Really good quality video: good content, good filming quality and very well explained. Keep up the good job. 🙏
Seldom do you need more than one or two bench dogs. I use a dowel with a square cap on top, so that it cannot fall through the bench. I also turned one on the lathe with a slight 1/8 inch ridge/ring at the top end, so it can be used with thinner materials. As for making a hold fast, i use a3/4" dowel about 8 inches long, sand it's diameter down a bit to fit in the bench dog holes and glue the dowel into a oak hold fast block that is 6 inches x 2 inches x 1-/34 inches, then glued a piece of leather to the bottom of it. Pask Makes has a video with something similar; they work great and only take about 30 minutes to make a few up in the shop.
Thank you. Very helpful.
Actually, took only a handful of milliseconds to click the thumb (took much longer to locate the icon).
Great video! Keep them coming!
Fantastic tips, Joshua! Thanks a lot! 😃As you know, I still can't do much, but I've been playing around here, making small stuff (like a 2 by 2 by 4 and a quarter inches mallet) and searching online for dowels and stuff like that. 😊Anyway, stay safe there! 🖖😊
Again very precise explanations thank you.
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Camera 1, camera 2… Camera 1, camera 2… Camera 1, camera 2… I can't make up my mind… Nice tips. Thanks!
My workbench is 4" thick wit 3/4" dog holes. I've tried a variety of holdfasts, lengths, roughing them with course sandpaper and they just have a hard time catching. I counterbored one from the bottom with a 1" hole and that really didn't solve the issue so it remains a single test. I'm open to ideas.
Great video Jonathan you really covered a lot of areas in one short video i completely understand the reasoning for not using Holdfasts in Dog holes but in all honesty thats kind of a hard thing to stick to doing especially if that specific hole is in a convienent spot to where you want or prefer to work in as most of us have our favorite Workbench are we work in
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