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    Re: vise for carving

    Beautiful benches both.......but not what I would use for carving. Take a look at the carving bench at Lee Valley, by Veritas ....can adjust from both horizontal to vertical and in between. Those benches you show are wonderful for traditional woodworking, but I prefer something different for carving.

    Bob

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  • Saturno10
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    vise for carving

    for carving works, wich type of vise is better, or your preference?
    FACE VISE


    or SHOULDER VISE?


    Thanks

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