|Project by Bill Van Loo||posted 11-03-2015 03:49 AM||1462 views||1 time favorited||8 comments|
My new workbench and miter saw station is built almost entirely out of reclaimed wood. The top is 1 1/2” thick and consists of glued-up strips of oak, pine, and other reclaimed wood, held together with threaded rod (more on this in the video). The legs are made from beefy 2”x4” oak, cut down from reclaimed planks, and it’s all finished with polyurethane and finishing wax.
I completed this project over the summer, but I wanted to get a video of the project build edited and uploaded to YouTube before sharing it widely. This is also my first LumberJocks post after reading for many months, so I’m excited to share it with the community!
Here’s the video of building this project:
My future plans are to build a miter saw hood and add holes for bench dogs.
Thanks for checking it out!