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|05-07-2012 01:11 PM||
Workbench top width - 25 replies
I spent part of my weekend planing my rough stock for my new workbench. The source of lumber for my bench is home sawn lumber using a chainsaw mill. The plan is to use all home sawn lumber for the project. I had originally calculated I should have enough maple from my rough stock to build a bench with a 24 inch wide top. However, this past w...
|06-20-2011 06:51 PM||
Choosing a tail vise for a new workbench - 5 replies
I’m planning out a workbench for my garage shop. I had purchased this 9” Rockler quick release vise for the front vise but I cannot decide on what to use for the tail vise (http://www.rockler.com/product.cfm?page=17246&filter=vise). I’m fairly new to woodworking having dabbled in it back in the early 90s using borrowed t...
|08-31-2010 09:37 PM||
Wood storage design for a garage shop - 5 replies
I’m wanting to get more organized and take the wood that I currently have leaning against my garage wall (sheets, 2x’s, 1x’s scrap, you name it) and build a lumber storage rack. I’m thinking of a vertical storage rack design but I’m not for sure yet. I’ve been milling some of my own lumber with a chainsaw mi...