Building a workbench. Need help with vises.
Forewarning everyone, my terminology of things will probably be terrible in this post and I apologize ahead of time. Anyway... let's begin.
I wanna build a good sturdy workbench and I think I have the design down for the most part. I guess the design is called a roubo? Dog holes down both sides of it, with a split down the middle, an end vise on one end, a leg vise, and I think the last thing is called a sliding deadman (the thing with a bunch of holes in it so you can use the leg vise to plane the sides of large panels).
No idea how to build the deadman.
I have the build for the leg vise mostly done except I don't know how to attach a hand wheel to a threaded rod. The rest of the leg vise has been drawn out, researched and finalized. I literally just don't know how to attach the wheel to the threaded rod. I'm guessing it can be as simple as a set screw. So this part isn't too bad.
The end vise is where things get tricky to me. I've seen the ones with a handle on both ends of the vise and if you crank either handle the whole thing clamps and I like that. How do I build that? Or should I just stop being a tightass with my money and buy all the hardware for one from veritas or lie Nielsen or similar? The idea of spending that much money just on one vise makes my wallet shiver in fear though so there's that. Any help is appreciated.