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What is this called?

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Michael Dunica

06-21-2012 15:30:53




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What is this wooded thing called? Thanks




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Kerry in N.S.

06-25-2012 17:00:09




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 Re: What is this called? in reply to Michael Dunica, 06-21-2012 15:30:53  
Used similar devises around here to finish off shakes (singles) when every thing was done by hand.



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Dick L

06-23-2012 05:11:19




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 Re: What is this called? in reply to Michael Dunica, 06-21-2012 15:30:53  
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BillyinStoughton

06-22-2012 09:10:55




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 Re: What is this called? in reply to Michael Dunica, 06-21-2012 15:30:53  
I was gonna go with an orange colored riding lawn mower, but DiyDave is right. You can find them on Roy Underhill's Woodwright Shop page.



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DiyDave

06-21-2012 18:04:06




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 Re: What is this called? in reply to Michael Dunica, 06-21-2012 15:30:53  
It's a shaving horse. You puts yer wood under the clamp, puts yer feet on the foot rests, and shave off all the wood that doesn't look like what you want to make! Google Roy Underhill, the woodwright's shop, he's the clown prince, of PBS woodworking shows, uses all the old tools, to make furniture, etc.



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Farmerjohn1952

06-21-2012 17:00:25




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 Re: What is this called? in reply to Michael Dunica, 06-21-2012 15:30:53  
I"d call it a harness making bench! or a leather workers workbench!



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Tim(nj)

06-21-2012 15:39:50




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 Re: What is this called? in reply to Michael Dunica, 06-21-2012 15:30:53  
In German it's a Schnitzelbank. We have one similar in the wagonhouse, been there forever. Since my Mom's side of the family is of Austrian ancestry, I've never heard it called anything other than the German name.



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jd6620

06-22-2012 08:47:07




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 Re: What is this called? in reply to Tim(nj), 06-21-2012 15:39:50  
It is one of my favorite German songs.



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Tim(nj)

06-22-2012 20:27:35




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 Re: What is this called? in reply to jd6620, 06-22-2012 08:47:07  
I wish we still had an authentic German place around here. Busher's Wonderbar closed years ago.



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