What kind of way do you use to hold an anticlastic stake in a vise?
For my round stakes, I’ve replaced one vise jaw with channel iron
and that works well, although not particularly convenient. When I
was learning the technique, we had a stake that was permanently
secured to a stump. While it didn’t need to be set up each time, you
could only work on one side.
The stake that I got from Otto Frei has a square end for clamping,
but of course it turns in the vise as you use it. This stake is
used in a class I teach and it is frustrating to the students to
have it move about. The classroom has a 4" vise.
There has to be some ingenious way to do this. How do you do it?
Thanks a bunch.
Judy Hoch, GG