|Project by 12strings||posted 253 days ago||812 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
Built this sawbench, along with another one without the ripping notch(not pictured). I hand-sawed the half-laps that hold up the top, then simply screwed them in with enough clearance to safely flatten the top with my jointer plane. It definitely beats sawing on my tool chest…which tends to roll around. You can see I’ve already cut into the ripping notch a few times.
I also drilled a couple of 1/2 holes in the top and gave the kids some dowels. It is the perfect height for the kids to hammer on…and I even made the wooden hammer…out of a 2×4 with a utility knife.
-- I'm strictly hand-tool only...unless the power tool is faster and easier!