So I had a short video that shows the finish going on but can’t seem to get it to work, so we will just have to show the picture progression. We’ve come a long way…starting with this pile of stuff back in May ‘12To thisR...
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Continuing our workbench journey, we have the base to construct. I wanted the base to be as large as possible to allow for plenty of storage space down the line… So now we start with the layout, and shown previously…we cut the tenon...
So we continue with the bench progress…Making all the parts from the butcherblock table has it’s set backs, but I can live with that. Here we have the router plate cut out that has now been modified to accept my jig-saw. For those o...
These are photos that show the progression I went through trying to get the vises installed on my workbench. To make a short story long, I had been planning this workbench build in my head for a few years. I got the wood for free (yeah!) and have ...
So I have fallen WAY behind on posting the projects as I complete them. So, before I try to catch up on all the blogs and projects I need to upload we’ll give an overview… The first photo is what my garage usually looks like. (Like ...