I need to apologize for not updating on the workbench build. Between work and the lack of a camera I have not been real good at updating.
When we last left off I had milled the stock for the legs. Well, the legs and stretchers are all done. But, I don’t have a picture of them completed. I will be able to get that tomorrow. I do have another update though.
I have milled all the stock for the top, glued and flattened. The top was made in 2 sections so that I could pass them through the planer so they would be uniform in thickness. The top was rough milled to 2 5/8 and final dimension is 2 1/2”. Today I glued the 2 sections together.
I took extra care to make sure the twp pieces came together flat. I used a few scrap pieces of maple on the ends and clamps. The cauls are covered with packing tape so they didn’t stick to the top. The middle cauls are scrap doug fir that were jointed flat and also taped. It came out nice and flat.
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