Ok, got time and money together and added the router station part to my table. Used the Lee Valley Base plate. Had to borrow time on a drill press to add the holes, funny part, after putting the holes in perfectly. managed to drop the plate, pu...
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Location: Stewiacke, Nova Scotia, Canada
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So during this holiday I have put some time into building my workbench. Got the walls put together so the basic frame is done. To do the extensions, well originally thought I might use pipe. But after a comment and looking at the suggestion...
Well I was able to start working on the bench. There was a generous donation of a 2×10. Which I have ripped into my 2×2 frame pieces. I started on the Router side. And not having many clamps and not a tone of experience with say non ...
So I have a CAD drawing of my planned workbench… It’s 2D and I will post the rough outline here. As I am not too fast with 3d yet and I have experience with just 2d drawings its not quite a production drawing. I use layers and col...