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  • Richard Maguire Workbenches- Terms
    third parties We never store your financial details RETURN REFUND AND CANCELLATION POLICY Because our benches are built to order we regret that we can not accept returns We confirm all of your order details by email and on a printed invoice and we recommend that you check this carefully it is your opportunity to change or cancel your order should you wish We take pride in our business and

    Original URL path: http://www.rm-workbenches.co.uk/html/terms_and_conditions.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Richard Maguire Workbenches -Workbench Holdfasts
    for centuries Although simple these tools are incredibly effective at holding work down against the bench and they can be much quicker and often more versatile to use than a tail vice Holdfasts can be used in all of the holes found in the bench top sliding board jack and front leg and their uses really are limitless ranging from clamping boards down while you cut joints to securing work

    Original URL path: http://www.rm-workbenches.co.uk/html/holdfasts.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Richard Maguire - Workbench Sliding Board Jack
    series of holes bored in to it Included with my Workhorse workbench the board jack slides on a rail between the two front legs and the holes are dimensioned to allow both holdfasts and bench dogs to be used in

    Original URL path: http://www.rm-workbenches.co.uk/html/sliding_board_jack.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Richard Maguire Workbench - Bench Dogs
    They also fit within the holes of a sliding board jack or the front leg of the bench where they can provide support to the end of long timbers when the other end is clamped within the face vice Two brass bench dogs are supplied with all workbenches These have a spring riveted to one side to hold them in place within the holes and their face is cross hatched

    Original URL path: http://www.rm-workbenches.co.uk/html/bench_dogs.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Empire Workbench
    to meet the needs of a whole variety of woodworkers I have given my version a substantial weight and the two deep aprons tie everything together so the bench is solid and completely rack free No Twist Supports are added to the wooden guide in the face vice to ensure that the jaw simply can not twist or rack What s more these supports are fully adjustable so the vice

    Original URL path: http://www.rm-workbenches.co.uk/html/empire_workbench.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Richard Maguire Workbenches - Face Vice
    tasks such as cutting dovetails and even fully constructed drawers can be held securely whilst the faces are planed This vice can clamp at a slight taper if required for uneven work pieces Two beautiful hand turned wooden screws give a fast feed speed and the jaw is lined with suede for an unbeatable grip Both of the nuts can be adjusted to ensure that the vice can always run

    Original URL path: http://www.rm-workbenches.co.uk/html/twin_screw_face_vice.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Traditional Face Vice
    traditional vice layout without any of the drawbacks such as a jaw that racks or drops our Shaft System makes this possible and provides extremely smooth operation The guide is fully adjustable which ensures that even after a lifetime of hard use the vice will not rack This vice uses a 2 1 2 diameter wooden screw and has a suede lined jaw which combined provide an exceptional grip Get

    Original URL path: http://www.rm-workbenches.co.uk/html/traditional_face_vice.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Workbench Wagon Vice - a Traditional Tail Vice
    the handle It is a discreet tail vice which features a wooden dog block that travels within a cut out in the bench top Unlike other options it doesn t protrude out from the side of the bench when opened The wagon vice uses bench dogs to hold wood down on to the bench top whilst its face is worked small pieces can also be clamped vertically within the jaws

    Original URL path: http://www.rm-workbenches.co.uk/html/tail_vice.htm (2016-04-28)
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