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#1 posted 11-07-2011 06:54 PM

I have been working on my workbench for 2 months and have enjoyed every bit of it. I have used a combonation of white oak, red oak and walnut, all of it came from a friend who owns a small sawmill. If you put the word out on this forum you can proably find someone who has a mill close to you and you would be surprised at what you could buy with your money. Another thing about the guys who own mills is that they sometimes for just a little extra they will send your wood through a planner. The wood I bought was nice wood but was not the most desiarable. I am going to post a new topic about by bench journey if you want to read it. It will be titled “My workbench journey” and by the way dont think for one minute you are saving time buying a pre built top in fact it is a waste because you do not learn new skills or aquire the tools needed I will explain this in my new post


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