Stumpy tried out our All-Terrain Sawhorse and loves that it has a pivot “mechanism that allows each set of legs to rotate several degrees.” He then asks the logical question, “Now, why would you want to rotate your sawhorse legs? Because it makes it fast and easy to level them on uneven ground, providing up to 3 inches of adjustment at any corner with just a quick twist.”
He loves that they also “include many of the other clever features that make Bora Sawhorses so nice. Including legs that fold up in any order and the improved 2×4 slots” that “are set higher than other sawhorses. So, you can have a sacrificial face on top of a sawhorse and still be able to put perpendicular boards to make a bench out of 2 horses.”
About Stumpy Nubs
James Hamilton is a full-time woodworking instructor, author, blogger, video producer and publisher. He’s been an instructor at Popular Woodworking in America and The Woodsmith Workshop; a fan favorite at woodworking shows and retail store events around the country; a popular speaker at local woodworking guilds and has contributed to several periodicals including Wood, Popular Woodworking, and Woodsmith magazines.
James is the author of The Homemade Workshop (Popular Woodworking Books, 2015 / Random House 2018) and the upcoming The Stumpy Nubs Guide to the Router and The Stumpy Nubs Guide to the Table Saw.
He’s the producer of one of the longest running woodworking channels on YouTube (since 2011), and the editor of Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal with over half a million subscribers and nearly a million monthly individual viewers.
In 2017 James received The Woodworking Network’s “40 under 40 Award”, given to innovators in the craft. In 2015 he was thrilled to present alongside Roy Underhill in Kansas City. In 2019 he developed and filmed a table saw course on the set of PBS’ The Woodsmith Shop and over the years he’s written and produced commercials to air during The Highland Woodworker.
James and his wife live in Michigan’s Saginaw Valley. Besides woodworking he enjoys artwork (oil, acrylic, pastels, pen & ink pointillism), creative writing (historical fiction) and is an amateur genealogist.
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