Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'workbench'

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brilliant workbench design

06-08-2018 09:26 PM by BigYin | 3 comments »

not my design its on british ebay, (first 4 photos are the best) i cant put photos on here now/ if someone else can transfer photos that would be great

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Moravian Workbench Build #2: Bench Top

05-23-2018 03:53 PM by ElroyD | 3 comments »

Those who read the first entry in my Moravian Workbench Build may recall that I had been working in our laundry room till the weather warmed up enough outside. Unfortunately, it didn’t. Winter had a hard time letting go of the northeast this year, and I was eventually forced out of my small laundry room workspace. I didn’t want to stop work on the bench though, so I retreated to our very dark, very dusty, very musty, very in need of repair basement where I began work on my be...

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Collapsible Workbench with Free Plans

04-28-2018 12:35 PM by SirFatty | 4 comments »

I’ve run out of space in my garage workshop, to the point where I had to get rid of my workbench. To compensate, I created a collapsible workbench that uses my two Workmates as the supporting structure. To be sure, this is not a proper work surface, it’s too low and certainly not strong enough to heavy work. But for light assembly and cutting sheet goods, this will fit the bill. Also, when taken apart it stacks nicely on the foundation ledge out of the way. ...

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Shop Projects #2: Outfeed/Assembly Table - Storage

03-23-2018 05:55 PM by Paul66 | 1 comment »

It’s been a year in the making but I’ve finally got around to completing my Outfeed/Assembly Table. Specifically the lower storage drawers. All drawer are made of 3/4” ply with full extension drawer slides. I’m very happy how they turned out and my shop organization is happy too. There are 6 drawers per side for a total of 12 Ripping the plywood down, love this Kreg Rip-Cut Just about done with the first side Just missing the drawer fronts Close up...

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Moravian Workbench Build #1: Getting Started

03-15-2018 05:06 PM by ElroyD | 5 comments »

A couple of years ago I started to get more into studying 18th and 19th century hand tool woodworking. At the time, I didn’t have a shop, and didn’t have anyplace to put one. During the summer I put cleaned out a section of our goat barn, put up a couple of sawhorses with a solid-core door on top to use as a workbench, and began to play. Then daughter #5 came along. Needless to say, babies take up a lot of time, so things were put on hold. Now that she’s a little mo...

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Workshop redo #1: I Have a Terrible Habit

03-14-2018 11:38 PM by DJL1031 | 0 comments »

I am away from my home today. Away from the sawdust, smell of fresh cut cherry and paper thin ribbons of excess wood on my shop floor. I will not be dusting off my pants and shirt at 130 or 200AM. I will make no progress on the several projects that I have going on, both in and out of the shop. The time away has given me a chance to reflect on this short week and plan for my homecoming. That is when I plan on finishing my workbench replacement….. for about the third time in as many quar...

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Shop Upgrades #1: MFT 3 Powertool Workbench

02-05-2018 04:57 PM by MatthewTruax | 3 comments »

Hi all! I’ve been designing this workbench in my head for quite some time. Over this past weekend, I was able to finish milling the frame/structure of the workbench and complete the glue up. I used the Domino XL 700 and installed twin tenons (loose tenons) in all joints of the frame. I know some of you will be astonished that I’m using this walnut for a workbench, but if you look at my completed projects, you will see that this will match my Roubo workbench and lets be hones...

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Roubo-inspired Workbench ... with construction lumber. #2: The Second Slab

01-09-2018 04:48 PM by kr580 | 2 comments »

The Second Slab Here’s the second batch of boards squared up. I was able to fix the jointer knives over Christmas time so these are all dead square now. Oh, how much easier everything was. Second slab all glued up. I maybe got a little excited with the glue. I didn’t have a second set of hands for this one so I smothered it a bit to make up for lost time. Oops. With the boards now straight and square I didn’t have to hock off 3/32” from the whole thing like be...

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Roubo-inspired Workbench ... with construction lumber. #1: The First Slab

01-08-2018 01:48 PM by kr580 | 4 comments »

Hello. First project here. Long time lurker, long time LJ enjoyer, woodworking noob. I want a Roubo-inspired workbench. (I’m yet another Schwarz sheep I guess.) I can’t afford a legit Roubo workbench with decent wood so I chose to make it out of 2×4 kiln-dried Douglas Fir studs milled up to (hopefully) a good standard. Here goes nothing! I apologize for the crappy pictures, they’ve been an afterthought so far. The Plan Here’s my sketchup design. It will b...

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Adjustable Height WorkBench - EXACTLY HOW IT WORKS

12-31-2017 12:10 AM by CharlieK | 7 comments »

An Adjustable Height Odyssey – Why I built this workbench, and HOW IT WORKSCharlie Kocourek How it All StartedI had a few problems with my first workbench. It was too low for carving or for detail work, it was too high for assembly, it was also too high to sit behind my table saw, and it was difficult to move around. It was anything but ergonomic! After some thought, I concluded that an Adjustable Height Workbench could solve all of these problems. I then searched the int...

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