|Project by Tag84||posted 01-04-2014 04:09 AM||3300 views||22 times favorited||32 comments|
My new workbench i recently finished.
I have 1 tiny workbench, that i used to do alot of work on for the last few years.
But it became to small for some projects, and it has the tendancy to move around, whilst working on it.
I’m glad my new one doesn’t do that :).
It’s made from Oak beams, and walnut vice and endcaps.
The wagon vise and cross beams are from ( i think ) meranti hardwood.
That i reclaimed, had to take all the paint of.
I bolted the carriage on the top, to be abled to transport it a little easier.
The whole build took around 3 full weeks.
Total investment +/- 700 euro’s or 950 $.
Dimensions in inches; L96’’ x W26.7’’ x H35.4’’.
centimeter; L245 x W68 x H90.
The top thickness is 3.7’’ or 9.5cm
benchdog video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3P4ILQ4nRY
Some more detailed pictures below;
The bearing takes The little box and the wagon with it when turning the thread backwards.
When fastening the vise, The bearing hits the wagon.
There is a small hole in this spot on the wagon, for the tip of the vise and with it the little pen that holds the bearing on it’s spot, to sink in.
Excuse me for the amount of pictures :)
Thanks alot for watching!
-- -Thomas -