[Lab] Open Question: What's your next tool?
james.d.allanson at gmail.com
Wed May 8 21:57:44 EDT 2013
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On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 1:46 PM, mike Jans <mjans at live.com> wrote:
> Next tool? So many to choose from!
> I was recently in Lee Valley looking at their vices. I remember trying one
> with a quick release mechanism that was built into the turning of the
> handle, no levers or knobs. I also found it rather confusing and couldn't
> get the hang of it in under a minute. Perhaps if I stayed and played with
> it longer.
> Date: Mon, 6 May 2013 10:48:10 -0400
> From: jason.cobill at gmail.com
> To: lab at artengine.ca
> Subject: [Lab] Open Question: What's your next tool?
> Question 2:
> What's the next tool you intend to purchase/borrow/rent once you have
> the money/time/space for it?
> I'm not in any hurry for it, but I there's a really nice vice at Lee
> Valley that's calling my name whenever I go in there. I have a beautiful
> old indestructible 1930's vice made of cast iron, but it'd be nice to have
> something built into the edge of the bench instead of mounted on top.
> -Jason Cobill
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