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Project by Jerlac posted 184 days ago 1172 views 7 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

White spruce bench with mortice and tenon

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#1 posted 184 days ago

Solid looking bench. Good work.

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#2 posted 184 days ago

Really nice work sir

-- Mother Nature created it, I just assemble it. - It's not ability that we often lack, but the patience to use our ability

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#3 posted 184 days ago

Very nice work, mighty sturdy looking bench. How you going to finish it?

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#4 posted 184 days ago

The client is in charge of that

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#5 posted 183 days ago

Nice design and good work.

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#6 posted 183 days ago

Super sturdy looking bench. You could probably drive a car on it.

I’ve never used a mortise and tenon joint (yet), but I plan to incorporate them into my next project.

Does the end of the tenon need to go all the way through the leg for strength? Or could you stop the tenon short and have the end grain not show?

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#7 posted 183 days ago

Thanks i didnt try for the car but is shure to last a long time
The leg to bench slab is a mortice and tenon and the legs are a lap joint, you could stop it before as long as its tight because thats where the weight transfer to the other pieces

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#8 posted 183 days ago

Very nice; I like it!

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#9 posted 182 days ago

Excellent work! How will you finish it?

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#10 posted 182 days ago

Looks really good and sturdy. Sure to last many, many years.

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#11 posted 181 days ago

Solid looking bench. I like the simplistic, but strong look.

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#12 posted 177 days ago

That’s a beautiful and sturdy looking bench. Like the clean look of the wood and those hefty legs. Great job!

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