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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    I got some really nice 2-3“ thick, 10”x10’ white oak pieces for an incredible deal. I’m interested in making one of the combo Roubo/Nicholson work benches. With lumber like this would it be better to glue them on the thickness dimension faces or cut it all down to to similar 2” wide planks about...
  2. Design & Plans
    Having recently bought the wood to create a workbench some questions cropped up regarding the base. The workbench itself will be 24 inches wide (if everything goes according to plan!) and about 7 feet long. The legs and frame will be done with Mortise and Tenon joints using 4x4 lumber. How...
  3. Woodworking Videos
    Hello friends, I wanted to show you my last job. I built a mini carpenter workbench. maybe for many it is nothing special but for me that I work in the garage and I have little space it allows me to do carpentry work with more precision but important to be able to use the plane. You can rest it...
  4. Design & Plans
    Hello I am currently in the process of designing a workbench. My main feature would be that one side of the workbench has some soldering/electric/cutting mats stuck on it for my most common requirements, and the other side of the top is left perfectly flat wood for when i need it for general...
  5. Project Showcase
    Took a bit to get this done on my own, but it's now ready for use. It's a lefty bench. The slab is 6' long 5 1/2" thick red oak. Legs are red oak as well. Benchcrafted hardware and some beefy 1" Crucible holdfasts. Just some boiled linseed oil finish, a little leather to line the vise chop...
  6. Design & Plans
    This is a workbench I am looking at building. The body will be built out of 3/4 plywood and the top will be double layered. The legs will be milled 2x4s and 4x4s. I am looking for any input, thoughts, opinions, and ideas. Thanks and looking forward to picking yall's brains and having a good...
  7. Project Showcase
    The Entry Level Workbench shown here is a collaboration between myself and Kevin at Kev's Woodworks. I’ve detailed the design while Kevin and his son built the workbench as a father/son project. All details including dimensions, parts list, tool list, and a full cost breakdown are included in...
  8. Project Showcase
    I made the best workbench I've ever owned.
  9. Design & Plans
    I've reviewed many inquiries on torsion boxes and found no info relating to this particular type of bench build. I built a general use workbench (assembly and outfeed) some time ago using a solid core door with a hardboard top. The frame for this bench was built torsion box style and it is very...
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