4 thoughts on “Cupcake on a Bench Pin

    • But they’re so emphatic!

      By the way, I customized my bench pin many, many years ago, when I took a class at Pratt from George MacLean (who was a master at, among other things, bench tips & tricks). He suggested we have a flat surface that is somewhat wider than standard pins, and that we cut in varying widths of grooves as needed (the typical deep V often doesn’t offer enough support when sawing smaller/narrower pieces. . .as you likely already know).

      My bench pin and my “anvil” (a small length of rail material, a gift from Roger H.) are two of my most favorite, most used things in my studio.

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