Author Topic: Guido Henn building a Benchcrafted Roubo  (Read 26226 times)

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Offline Kodi Crescent

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Re: Guido Henn building a Benchcrafted Roubo
« Reply #30 on: November 05, 2016, 09:22 PM »
Hi Guido,

 On the average how long to build the workbench. I am trying to decide to build or buy either a Sjoberg or Lie-Nielsen.

Thanks,
Oscar

The Wood Whisperer has a series of videos on how to make this.  I think it took him a couple weeks.

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Offline Guido Henn

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Re: Guido Henn building a Benchcrafted Roubo
« Reply #31 on: November 13, 2016, 08:08 AM »
    Hello to all of you at FOG,

    I am so sorry not to be much more often online at FOG, but I have worked really hard on publishing an new book about the big machines in a woodworking shop. In this first book of two I will explain very detailed the jointer, planer/thicknesser and the shaper. It took me two years writing this 300 page book and it includes two DVDs with nearly 4 hours videos showing how to use these machines safely and secure. So I hope you can imagine that’s really a lot of work ;-)

    Here is a link to my new book available in early Dezember:
https://www.holzwerken.net/shop/buecher/holzarbeiten_und_techniken/handbuch_stationaermaschinen

Nevertheless I am really happy that some of you are still following my work and videos here in germany - that’s a great honour for me - thanks!

Now I will try to answer some of your questions regarding the roubo workbench:
Again thanks a lot for watching my videos and following my work!

Best Regards

Guido

PS: Here is a brand new video of my version of a router duplicator - nothing new and there are a lots of different versions on youtube, but I hope you like it  :-)

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Offline JSlovic

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Re: Guido Henn building a Benchcrafted Roubo
« Reply #32 on: November 13, 2016, 03:08 PM »
Guido,
Will there be an english version of your book and DVD ?
Thanks



Offline Guido Henn

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Re: Guido Henn building a Benchcrafted Roubo
« Reply #33 on: November 14, 2016, 02:12 AM »
We are thinking about publishing the book also in english, but first we have to find a partner publisher in the UK or US.

For the french speaking woodworkers: The book will definitely be published next year by our partner publisher "Martin Media" in France. They are just working on the translation and hope to finish in spring/summer next year.

Regards

Guido