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This is a clever way to add a locking mechanism to a Japanese-style toolbox. Clay Gossage was kind enough to send these photos of how he incorporated a wedge with a dovetail profile to lock the lids of boxes that he made in preparation moving his tools in place. Clay also mentioned that he could drive a screw through the wedge into the lid for added security.

This is a clever way to add a locking mechanism to a Japanese-style toolbox. Clay Gossage was kind enough to send these photos of how he incorporated a wedge with a dovetail profile to lock the lids of boxes that he made in preparation moving his tools in place. Clay also mentioned that he could drive a screw through the wedge into the lid for added security.

Bad Axe Tool Works - Craft the Sliding Dovetail Tenon Joint for the Roubo Workbench

Bad Axe Tool Works - Craft the Sliding Dovetail Tenon Joint for the Roubo Workbench

Workbench vise from reclaimed scissor jack

Workbench Vise From Reclaimed Scissor Jack

Split Top Saw Bench with wedge powered Wagon Vice and Integrated Saw Till - by TerryDowning @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Split Top Saw Bench with wedge powered Wagon Vice and Integrated Saw Till - by TerryDowning @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Woodworker: Greg Scala  Scala knew that he needed a workbench that was dead-flat, sturdy, equipped with good vises, and built at the right height for his 5-ft.-9-in. frame. He also wanted a board jack, a Veritas twin-screw end vise, lots of benchdogs, and a vintage feel. He modeled his maple and walnut bench (34-in. wide by 82-in. long by 32-1/2-in. tall) after Lon Schleining’s "Essential Workbench" in FWW #167  I want someting like this

Woodworker: Greg Scala Scala knew that he needed a workbench that was dead-flat, sturdy, equipped with good vises, and built at the right height for his 5-ft.-9-in. frame. He also wanted a board jack, a Veritas twin-screw end vise, lots of benchdogs, and a vintage feel. He modeled his maple and walnut bench (34-in. wide by 82-in. long by 32-1/2-in. tall) after Lon Schleining’s "Essential Workbench" in FWW #167 I want someting like this

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