|Project by TJLainas||posted 06-17-2016 03:27 PM||3360 views||5 times favorited||22 comments|
just finished my new workbench out of recycled timber. roubo inspired but with a tool stand and and tool tray and a bottom shelf in the leg-frame.. the roubo leg-joints are blind since i wanted to keep the benchtop “clean” looking. the leg-vise is wedge driven, and the moxxon end-vise is made with 2 scaffolding feet screws. the recycled timbers is douglas fir from a big 100 year old roof beam, mullberry from a 80 year old bed frame, scandinavian pine and spruce from my house build, oak and teak door frames, and a bunch more. i used some curly maple which is not from a recycled source but thats about it. in materials i spent about 30 euro in wood glue and an other 30 euro for the scaffolding feet, the rest was free.