|Project by NoSlivers||posted 04-21-2012 07:14 PM||1880 views||3 times favorited||7 comments|
Haven’t posted anything for quite a long time, but other things often impose on my hobby-time. My daughter and grandson(s) are visiting soon and I was asked to make a workbench for the eldest of the 2. (Incidentally, he’s the one pictured in a highchair I built in one of my earliest posts) – how the time does fly!... but I digress…
This is a simple bench made of douglas fir. The span between the legs is a M&T joint and the stretcher has a sliding dovetail on each end. It’s 20” in height; for a (currently) appropriate working height for the intended “client”. I placed a tape measure on the bench to help provide scale. I’ll be tacking a pegboard tool rack to it to hang his tools on once he arrives. Thanks for looking.
-- If you don't have time to do it right, do you have time to do it twice?