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Location: Belgium
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I work in a company that makes bespoke furniture in Belgium.
Pretty much everything we make is made out of MDF,Plywood and melamine panels with computer controlled saws and routers.
The projects that i will be posting are personal ,handmade and almost exclusively made with handtools.

-- I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realise that what you heard was not what i meant

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#1 posted 10-27-2018 03:04 PM

Hi Lumberjocks,
Here’s my workbench.
I know i’ve probably broken some fundamental workbench design rule, made some mistakes, but i have all the bells and whistles i wanted
It is medium sized 1700mm (67 inches long) 950mm (37.5 inches high). I don’t how much it weighs but it is plenty heavy, stable, and stiff.
Yes it is made out of birch plywood as I am not equipped to handle large sections of lumber and my woodworking expertise dealing with seasonal changes and complex joinery is very limited. As you see i really wanted to replicate the scandinavian style workbench.
Special thanks to Frank Klausz, Rob Cosman and Fellow lumberjock Carters Whittling for the inspiration ,tricks and ideas.
Hope you like it

Alex

-- I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realise that what you heard was not what i meant

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