|Project by danzaland||posted 07-13-2009 05:06 PM||24070 views||21 times favorited||17 comments|
In the Fall of 2008 I traveled to Cranbrook, British Columbia to take The College of The Rockies 13 week Timberframing Program. One of our first projects was to make a saw horse. The only requirements were that it was 4 feet wide and it stood 2 feet tall. We had to make pencil drawing of it and get it approved. We spent almost the first month working on the many aspects that would go into making it. Type of wood, sawing the rough lumber, planing the lumber, layout of the pieces, Anatomy of a brace, cutting the pieces and finally assembly.
Some joints came out better than others, but all in all it was an interesting learning project to do.
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