I LIKE IT !!!!! I may need to copy that, but with a chisel on the end for going the other way. Thanks. I'm not as good of aim as I used to be with a separate hammer on the chisel. And I have the bruises to prove it.This might be the crudest slide hammer you've ever seen, but it's incredibly handy for jobs where you would break a normal one. Works great for taking off the inside race of junked bearings and doubles as a pry bar when in use. I started with a broken U bolt that once held an IHC deeptiller spring and made the slide out of an old discer bushing which slides on some square tubing.
Good idea. I like that better than mine. The swivel arm is my idea of the same thing. I can clamp one end of things to it and position the other in the vise. But 2 vises would sure hold a lot better.Interesting idea. When I built my welding bench I put a vice on each side perfectly in line... now if I need to weld something long together I can clamp it in both vices and hold it straight while I work.
You wont regret it. With your skills, it will be a fine table and I hope you post pictures when you are able to build it.Doorknob I may have to borrow your idea on the cutting bench, I really like the removable slats, I hate cutting on nice concrete i always like to put down an old scrap of sheet metal to save slag marking the floor, but a cutting table like this with a bit of a tray for slag n moveable slats would be great
HOLY CRAP !!!! That is awesome to make an understatement.Here is a cabinet that I built over a Matco tool box. It is 14 ft long.