|Project by Jhoff||posted 02-09-2014 08:56 PM||3744 views||14 times favorited||7 comments|
Started out making ” the not so big workbench”. I modified it to meet my needs and didn’t look at the plans too much after the first week. Majority is made from beech with Mahogany accents in the legs, and in the tool tray. Maple 4” apron around front and sides. Top is 2” thick. Dimensions are 24” deep, 36” high, and 48” long without tray. Add about 7” of length when tray is attached.
As I am still learning my woodworking skills, this took about 60 hours, and cost about $350 when all said and done. Finished with boiled linseed oil. I had lots of mentor ship from fellow woodworkers while building this and also made design changes and got inspiration from other projects on this site.
Thanks for looking! It was a fun project.