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If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

If You’re Going to Build Your Own Moxon Vise, Watch This First

We’ve heard the story of how the Moxon vise was resurrected by Christopher Schwarz; seen a modern-day version created by Benchcrafted; and watched David Barron hack his for greater efficiency.

In this video, engineer Paul Marcel shows you how to actually build one from the Benchcrafted kit. And not only that, he shows you why he deviates from the assembly instructions to introduce more functionality, and reveals a couple of clever modifications and a jig he’s made to speed his workflow.

Because this video is long, we’ve cued it up into sections for you, so you can skip to the parts you’re interested in:

Introducing the Vise

[40 seconds long]

The Original Design’s Intended Usage

[1 minute long]

Revealing the Benchcrafted Kit’s Contents

[2 minutes long]

Building the Vise: Materials You’ll Need

[47 seconds long]

The Actual Build 

(with Paul Marcel’s modifications)

[7 minutes long]

Demonstrating its Basic Use

[2.5 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 1

(Why he made it assymetrical with the extra long right side)

[50 seconds long]

Demonstrating a Clever Jig

[2 minutes long]

Demonstration of Modification 2

(Why he cut V-grooves into the chops)

[1 minute long]

A Closing Joke

[30 seconds long]

As with the David Barron modifications, I’m digging Paul Marcel’s industrial-designer-like careful consideration of how he will actually use the vise and designing for that specifically. And little details, like the way he thinks ahead and future-proofs it with the extra mortise in the chops.

Lastly, please note that this video was made several years ago, when Benchcrafted was still selling the kit with suede rather than Crubber.


Core77

Self Conscious of Your Thanksgiving Cooking Skills? You’re Probably Better Than a Drone

Thanksgiving is a time to prove your cooking skills to you friends and family—this can cause anxiety when you’ve either never cooked a Thanksgiving meal before or if you suffer from self doubt in the kitchen. Feeling like your cooking skills are a few tablespoons below average? Watch this drone struggle to cook a Thanksgiving meal. I promise you’ll feel a spike in confidence and will be ready to get cookin’ in no time.

This video is a clever promo video for Autel Robotics’ X-Star Premium Drone. Instead of getting straight to the amazing aerial footage the drone is capable of shooting, they (naturally) warm you up with veggie prep and pie making. While the drone’s propellers are surprisingly efficient at peeling potatoes and carrots, it lacks the precision to cut parsley and keep ingredients in one place while whipping together mashed potatoes—although, the four bowls to one drone ratio is quite amusing.

If you’re any better at cooking than the X-Star Premium Drone, have the self confidence in the kitchen you deserve. If you find yourself watching this wondering why we’re calling the drone out for struggling, you may want to invest in one before tomorrow…


Core77