If you pick up a copy of the latest issue of Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement Magazine (April/May 2019), check out the “Web Shavings” Product watch section that highlights our very own Lake Erie Toolworks ClampGAUGE Tool.
This very innovative product that literally takes the guesswork out of panel glue-ups is really picking up steam as more woodworkers around the globe discover what an amazing tool this really is.
Also, when you use the simple and free online or smartphone based application that accompanies this tool, it will tell you the specifics of clamp placement to ensure the most efficient and effective glue-up possible to achieve the glue manufacturers recommended clamp up pressure. Further, why use a ton of clamps when you may only need a few.
You can also check out this phenomenal tool on our website link provided here. If you thought the only answer was to through more clamps at a glue-up and then tighten as much as possible – think again!
I suspect that many woodworkers wished that they had jumped onboard in the past to build the amazing Benchcrafted La Forge Royale Miter Jack Vise which was powered by a Lake Erie Toolworks wooden vise screw and nut. Guess what? This special vise is now officially back for a short time only and you better strike while the iron is hot.
Jameel at Benchcrafted has alerted us that they will have a fresh supply of the necessary metal bits that compose the La Forge Royale Miter Jack Vise and that you all can check back on their blog site where they will communicate their availability for sale.
Being big fans of this tremendous vise, Nick at Lake Erie Toolworks just had to say yes to a limited production run of Miter Jack hard maple vise screws & threaded nut blocks to accommodate this unique gem.
This said, the wooden vise screw and threaded nut block can now be pre-ordered through our Lake Erie Toolworks website or via the link provided below for a special pre-order sale price of $135 through March 10, 2019. Now’s your chance so don’t delay.
Just posted a quick Lake Erie Toolworks Wooden Vise Highlights video on our website home page. If you have a minute to spare take a look / see. I suspect you might even like the ‘bluesy’ music the video is cut with. Enjoy!
For those of you who may have been contemplating a Moxon Vise in your woodworking tool future, you may want to take a look at this before you make your final choice.
Courtesy of Brian McCauley and Brandon Marshall from “Workshop Review” they’ve put our Lake Erie Toolworks Moxon and Moxon Lite Vises through the proverbial squeeze. We encourage you to take a look to see how we made out. Enjoy!
If you’ve been pondering the idea of building your dream workbench but just haven’t been able to settle on the proper vise to use, we have your answer. Announcing the new Lake Erie Toolworks – 2X Wood Vise – Which happens to be not only the largest wooden production vise on the market, but is also the fastest threaded workbench vise on the planet – be it metal or wooden.
This brand new vise is powered by a massive 3″ diameter screw that has a 1 TPI (1 Turn per Inch) double start thread. The vise action can also best be described as “smooth as butter”. This makes for a simply amazing and game-changing workbench vise to help you craft your woodworking projects in record time.
We’ve been building and testing out prototypes of the 2X Wood Vise for quite some time but we’ve always had a challenge in finding a lumber supplier that could provide a stable supply of the huge billets of hard maple. It must be all that clean living we do, but we’ve finally lined up a reliable source.
Lake Erie Toolworks is now announcing a pre-order special via our website on the 2X Wood Vise if you place your order by July 31, 2018 at 12 PM EDT.
So if you’ve been dreaming of the perfect vise – now’s your chance to jump in, because the water is FINE!
If you get a chance to read the latest June 2018 issue of Woodworker’s Journal Magazine check out the “What’s In Store” section of the magazine on Page 66 for some more detail on our Lake Erie Toolworks ClampGAUGE Tool. If you ever wanted to take the guesswork out of glue-ups, this tool is the ticket.