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The Original Workbench of your dreams thread

by thedude50
posted 03-24-2012 05:17 AM


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#1 posted 03-24-2012 05:19 AM

I just found this link and thought it would help some of you out in finding plans to build your bench http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/cldetails?mid=7ee58e526600f138dbf165eb2d9687bb&ct=mdcc

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#2 posted 03-25-2012 02:59 AM

I already settled on my big workbench and the wood is on its way the little bench here is one I a, thinking on making 2 of for hand sawing I would like some input from you guys if this is good for ripping boards or do i need to keep looking

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#3 posted 03-25-2012 03:29 AM

Here’s a nice one from Fine Woodworking

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#4 posted 03-25-2012 03:34 AM

Someone here built this one, I don’t remember who. I like the storage and the t-tracks.


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#5 posted 03-25-2012 03:46 AM

Dude I am fixing to get into the design of my bench and I am glad you have started this thread. This will be helpful and informative.

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#6 posted 03-25-2012 03:47 AM

A suggestion for your saw bench Dude, make a 1.5” void down the length of your saw bench so you can rip a board.

There was a great one on Festool Talk I think, but I can’t seem to find it. I’ll keep looking though.

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#7 posted 03-25-2012 02:11 PM

Randy are you making one of these or do you already have your bench made up or is it still in the planning phase

I am still in the looking phase but this one looked good but your right i do need to be able to rip on the bench I hope it is not a huge problem to resolve i would like to find a working design rather than trying to re discover the wheel.

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#8 posted 03-25-2012 02:16 PM

thanks Dave I hope we get a ton of Ideas in one place this will be good for a lot of LJs and I hope it helps people out a great deal including my self i had no idea that i would have to make more than one bench i had no plans of using hand saws on a regular basis a year ago i was all about my power tools and I still love my power tools but hand tools are a lot of fun and they are a great hobby to restore them I have been ionto hand planes for a while because they are a great way to avoid sanding and i hate sanding

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#9 posted 03-25-2012 09:33 PM

There are many reasons for using hand tools. The biggest to me is mark your line and get after it. There is no set up or test runs. Your hands and eyes are the best instruments there is.

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#10 posted 03-25-2012 11:36 PM

I trust my hands but my eyes are failing me more than i want to admit and i work hard to keep my hgba1c down so i don’t loose my vision but just getting old sure has cost me vision I mean damn

Another thing for sure if your going to be serious about hand tool use you have to be serious about a big bench and it has to have really good vises and other ways to hold a board in place for planing and sawing and gluing and more planing and god forbid sanding and on and on and I really have to get my bench done soon

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#11 posted 03-26-2012 06:37 AM

I have searched the LJ SIte and have decided to post several links to some great benches and blogs on this site and hope you will all join in and post them in here Like This fine Bench From a friend on the LJ site Or If you Guys Want to share your bench but are to shy to post your bench as a workbench of your dreams pm me and send me your blog info or your bench as a project location so I can add them to this thread it will help people have one place to find the best benches here on LJ So with that said I will post Brandons Bench it is a lovely bench That I almost gave up my Plans to copy this instead YOU did a great job on this Brandon Thanks for posting the project

Click for details: Roubo/French Workbench

Here Is Another Nice Bench I love this split top myself What do you guys think

Click for details: My first nice workbench

And this one is very cool and may be your dream bench it is a modern look and is very cool

Click for details: Work Bench

Here Is tradition but the author promises a twist

Click for details: Twist on traditional workbench

Here Is horizontal mikes take of the 21st century bench i will be building check it out its set up for a left hander it really is a nice job

Click for details: 21st Century Workbench

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#12 posted 03-26-2012 02:37 PM

Thanks for the comments Dude. Sorry I couldn’t persuade you to build a Roubo. ;-)

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#13 posted 03-26-2012 04:32 PM

Dude, my bench is a work in progress. I have looked at every workbench on this site and several others. I saw many I like, just none I wanted to copy. I am building without a plan, just making it up as I go along. I guarantee you’ve never seen one like it, I don’t even know what it will turn out like. The main part of the bench was ready to work off of in a couple of days. I’ve been adding to and modifying it ever since. It started out functional, cheap, and ugly. It served it’s purpose, I didn’t care if it was pretty or not. I’ve added a lot since then and even prettied it up a little. Today, I’m trying to finish my t-tracks while I figure out my leg vise. While I’m doing that, I’ll try to figure out my home-made twin screw tail vise. I’ll post some pictures in a few days, when I knock some more ugly out of it.

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#14 posted 03-26-2012 07:52 PM

Really nice benches…

I’m still going to do the New Fangled Workbench, by John White, FWW

LOL

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#15 posted 03-26-2012 08:57 PM

your welcome Brandon, you sure have a nice bench and i will envy it always. I just feel the 21st century bench or the lang bench as I am calling it meets my needs more at this time. I like all the support holes and stuff that are fixed in place, one major change I am making in my bench is the tops will be 4 inches thick instead of the 3 inches that are in the plans. this will raise the bench height up a bit for me and will have more mass and a beefier look. It looks good in my drawings. I am going to have my friend do it in sketch up, so i can post the modifications. I am also thinking of adding a 3rd vise to it maybe a pattern makers vise maybe a leg vise like the shaker and your bench. i don’t see the point in not utilizing the back half of the bench. Are you making anything on that lovely bench Brandon have you got to use your vises and hold fasts yet ?

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#16 posted 03-26-2012 09:02 PM

Only made a few small stuff on the bench since I haven’t had much shop time—- really busy with school at the moment. I’m ordering some Gramercy holdfasts which I’ve tested in the bench and work well. The Jorgensens didn’t take a hold in my bench so I returned them.

I like the idea of a patternmaker’s vise—it would certainly be a luxury! Keep us updated on your plans once they sketchup file is made.

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#17 posted 03-28-2012 04:43 AM

I am beginning to think this was not as good an idea as everyone thought I havent had a post all day on this thread and i thought everyone wanted a workbench are there no dreamers anymore

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#18 posted 03-28-2012 05:25 AM

I posted some comments, drawings and photos of the bench I built
about 15 years ago. I didn’t have a lot of tools at the time bit the
bench has served well and is heavy and rigid enough for hand planing
and mortising. Massive Roubo-type benches are handsome to be
sure, but such mass is overkill for stresses of most furniture making
work on a bench. It’s a question of where you want to put your
time and your wood I reckon.

My main bench:
http://lumberjocks.com/Loren/blog/27597

I currently have a second bench, an antique Skandinavian type,
which is pretty cool but the trestle design with tusk tenons
is nowhere near as solid as the truss-rod base in my main bench.

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#19 posted 03-28-2012 11:58 AM

Dude, just a note on your saw bench plan. I built this one and don’t like it for ripping. The splayed legs get in the way. I do like it for sharpening. I sit on it and place a stone pond on a no-slip mat with two stones.

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#20 posted 03-28-2012 12:18 PM

Its a funny thing about work benches (I am on my 6th version). It is an evolution with many revisions. So far, nothing has survived though the process, the current legs and their bolts have lived the most – 4 versions .

Someday, when I get the space, I expect to have 3-4 benches for different jobs. There is no “one” bench that does it all unless it is 12’ long – maybe 18’. Hmm, which part will have drawers, how many vises, here we go again—-

Dude – lets face it, for the non production workshop, there are so many “dream” options out there, what fits to your style of work is very unique, and it changes as much as you do.

In my “dream” bench, I want small drawers, some large drawers, a pull out tray for scraps, metal vise, a couple of wood vises, tail vise, holes for dogs, oh so many options – I want them all. Will I get it? Who knows.

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#21 posted 03-29-2012 03:19 AM

I asked bob lang for a photo of his bench he has not even replied it has been a week so the only photo i have seen is mikes and it is backwards for me I have also decided to make my top 4 inches thick insted of three it will add some mass to the bench i dont want it to be too light

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#22 posted 03-29-2012 03:34 AM

I love looking at nice benches. They are artwork in their own right.
As for me though, I don’t want one.
I work on an old table I picked up from the curb in someone’s garbage. I took it home to my shop and throwed two pieces of particle board on it. When that wore out, I put some more on top of that. I’ll be adding to that soon, as the second layer is getting pretty bad. I like it though that it is crap.
On my “workbench”, I abuse the hell out of it. For that reason, if I built a nice bench, I would never abuse it the way I do my old garbage found work table. I hammer on it. Paint on it. Write measurements on it. Sand those off and mark more measurements on it. I drill holes right in the middle of it and clamp stuff to it. I mean I really abuse that thing. If it ever truly tears up beyond repair, I’ll start looking on the side of roads for another one to use.

In the meantime, as I said, I love looking at benches. So I wanted to join this thread so I can admire all of ya’ll’s benches.

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#23 posted 03-29-2012 04:04 AM

Well, here is my bench. I’m not done with it, but you’ll get the idea. I promise you’ve never seen another one like it. I used some ideas from other benches and just made a lot of it up. I know it is ugly, but I built it out of used furniture. Most of it was even free.

It is made of parts from three desks, a bookcase, an oak day bed, an old pine water bed frame, and some 2×4’s. The main part of the bench only took a couple of days to put together.

It’s still ugly but it’s getting there.

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#24 posted 03-29-2012 04:14 AM

The starting point????

Found an old “Bodkin Point” style arrow head in one of these. End grain shot, anyone??

Pole Barn’s owner just re-decked his trailer with NEW 2×12s, and left the old ones in the barn. Maybe i could talk him out of some to make a top????

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#25 posted 03-29-2012 04:16 AM

Hopefully, after tonight’s progress, I’ll be posting my “workbench” of my dreams very soon….

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#26 posted 03-29-2012 04:30 AM

The top is 4 inches thick, and it has lots of storage. I used Super strut from HD as my t-tracks. I used almost 70 feet of it so far. It works better than that stuff from Rockler, and only costs $1.50 a foot. I made T-bars out of oak 1×2’s and knobs so I can attach anything I want to them. Also, 1/4×1-1/4 flat bars and 1-1/4” patio door rollers fit nicely.


I plan to make a lot of accessories, to work with the tracks. I just finished the leg vise. It’s not perfect, but it works pretty well.

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#27 posted 03-29-2012 06:01 AM

welcome to the new posters. I am happy you have joined me and those that are posting. I do hope that every one has a dream bench and will try to post photos and plans.As well as any links to great workbench stuff on here. Only with your help will this thread last and be fun to read, for all of you who choose to hang out. I hope you choose to contribute and to post. Not only the benches you own but the ones you covet as well.

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#28 posted 03-29-2012 12:36 PM

Here’s mine…

Photos of the build here.

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#29 posted 03-29-2012 07:10 PM

DUUUUDE!
Ok, seriously.
You mentioned in your last post that ”for all of you who choose to hang out. I hope you choose to contribute and to post”Does that really mean we can hang out here without making anyone mad?
You can check this thread out to see what I mean.
We go way off topic.
We “hang out” on a nightly basis for the most part.
We don’t stick to the rules, again, for the most part.

If this is a problem, I will refrain from posting off topic here.
However, I have a good time on the other thread and I think I would enjoy doing the same a couple of other threads in order as well. Different threads may wind up with different groups of guys.

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#30 posted 03-30-2012 07:57 AM

I want to try to keep a general theme here but as we get to know each-other off topic posts will happen and i don’t have a problem with that If any one does then i am sorry

That is a great bench big feet I really like the shaker style it has a clean look and must have been pricy to build I would think . What was the final bill on the build my friend I bet here it would go ove 2k to build that where are you from 2 big feet and what kind of wood did you use

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#31 posted 03-30-2012 08:01 AM

Randy I am sorry i missed your bench and just saw it I must be lagging I think it looks great considering your source material and I would not hesitate to beat the hell out of something ion that bench it looks good and solid .

Bandit are you going to leave them like that or are you going to plane them down the rustic look does something for me I would love to see it made with out being planed and the other hand that could be some great wood underneath I cant wait for more people to chime in on this thread .

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#32 posted 03-30-2012 08:13 AM

I want you all to check out the build on 2bigfeets bench it is really cool and well captured believe me I know how hard it is to get that done and he did a very good job I was curious about the bench top is it made of laminated plywood ?

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#33 posted 03-30-2012 12:38 PM

thedude50

Thanks. Most of the material was left over scrap from other cabinet work. The top is LVL which I ripped into strips, turned edge side up and laminated. You can find out more about by googling “LVL bench”, then click on images.

The only things I really paid for was the Moxon vise screw kit, the leg vise screw from Lee Valley and some maple for the edges and vises. So I probably have a few hundred dollars into it.

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#34 posted 03-30-2012 12:54 PM

Thanks Dude. It is actually looking a lot better than I expected. It is solid, too. Most of the stuff came from a thrift store, three blocks from my house. The drawer boxes on the right are the ugliest part, but they are very well built. The drawer fronts are MDF and faded formica, but they are dove-tailed to solid oak boxes, with thick bottoms. The whole desk was free, I had to take it. It also had a 3’ x 6’ MDF top that was 1-1/4” thick and already covered with formica. The cabinet on the left came from a much better quality desk. The MDF is so dense that it almost looks like solid wood. It was all covered with black Walnut veneer that is 1/8” thick. I was actually able to resaw the veneer off of some smaller pieces on a table saw, and glue it to something else. Try that with that .03” thick crap from rockler. The drawer box from it will make a great filing cabinet when I get around to making a top to match my computer deck. I refinished the 2’ x 5’ top from it, and it looks so good that I’ll have to build a nice cabinet to go under it, and find it a place in the house. This desk was only $30. The top surface is from another $30 desk with oak veneer. It came out so pretty, when I sanded it down and refinished it, that I still shed a little tear when I leave another scratch on it. Anyway this workbench, and the rest of my shop, is basically a way to use up some of the junk I keep collecting, and shut the wife up. I built her some stuff out of other pieces, but that is another story.

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#35 posted 03-30-2012 03:28 PM

I have just completed a new bench. This is built in the Roubo style with leg vise and wagon tail vise.

It is not yet complete in this picture ….

See the full build thread, with several chapters, which is to be found at this index (follow to lower end of the index list) ...

http://www.inthewoodshop.com/ShopMadeTools/index.html

Derek

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#36 posted 03-30-2012 08:56 PM

Dude50: TOO MANY bleeding nails to risk a plane on the wood. I’ll saw a few tenons , and slap something together. OLD Barn wood. Not set up for a vise as yet. I MIGHT check out a local re-bar supplier here in town, and see IF they could “all-thread” a #12 bar into a vise screw. I can take it from there. I used to work with rebar, and anchor bolts everyday, doing concrete work. They have a way to add threads to a rebar to fit a nut/washer.

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#37 posted 03-30-2012 09:05 PM

Derek, that is absolutely stunning. But then, I’ve been admiring your work and blogs for years so it’s not surprise to me that such a bench would come from your shop. Outstanding, and thanks for sharing your passion.

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#38 posted 03-30-2012 09:43 PM

Here’s my workbench (some assembly required):

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#39 posted 03-30-2012 10:02 PM

Derek Cohen

Man!

Those Dovetails are just awesome!

I LOVE them!!

Nice bench!

Great work!

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#40 posted 03-30-2012 10:04 PM

Brett

Looks like you need more than a wrench & a screwdriver! LOL

Will be nice to see your progress!

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#41 posted 03-31-2012 12:28 AM

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#42 posted 03-31-2012 01:05 AM

Here’s mine. It’s nine feet long and about 30” wide. A simple design but very functional. Built it a few years ago. Still looks the same. I always use MDF or other surface when gluing, routing, chiseling, or other machining. I believe it is important to keep the edges clean and free of chipping or gouging. Has worked so far, knock on wood.

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#43 posted 03-31-2012 07:45 AM

Derick that is one lovely bench. I wonder why we give credit to roubo when so much of your bench is shaker inspired. I am trying to get my hands on an original copy of the Roubo Book so i WILL ACTUALLY SEE WHAT PARTS OF THE DESIGN ARE FOR MY SELF GOOD THING MY sister speaks and reads french so she can inturpit the text for me. I would love to see the book translated into English. That said He used a German bench himself and I have been able to get parts of his book online and Google translates the web pages. it is my understanding that the French did not have vises on their benches. so I am really wanting to see what Roubo actually designed. He sure is getting a lot of credit. I read that the leg vise was used on Shaker benches I don’t think they were on the German bench Roubo used himself. It is really Ironic that this style of bench is taking his name alone IMHO as it has items from so many other designs . Never the less it is a thing of beauty and is a work bench of several LJS dreams I am sure. I found the blog and am reading it what is jarra wood is it expensive if i get it here in the USA ?

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#44 posted 03-31-2012 07:55 AM

John that is a Monster bench I love the lines and it just looks so massive I don’t think even in my 3 car garage shop I would have ro3om for a bench that large My bench will max out my space and I will be tight on space once its in it’s place . It looks like your shop is as big as a barn and looks very clean I wonder do you havew a blog of the build I would like everyone to put up the blog of their builds so we all can see them and it you have them post any drawings and plans of your benches so others can build them then we will have more wonderful and resourceful benches to look at John what kind of wood did you use i see a few and i am guessing and I want to know for sure I love the accent board

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#45 posted 03-31-2012 07:59 AM

Sam is that the bench your going to buy did you get it at a wine shop the damn wine shop in the mall has two and i was talking to the owner she will be carrying my version of norms wine rack and she wants me to build some bnew benches and distress them to be sold as bars can you believe that I told her I would have to think about it but most likely ill have to do it as I need to have cash flow through the shop did you change your user ID?

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#46 posted 03-31-2012 10:29 AM

That is just a workbench of my dreams.

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#47 posted 03-31-2012 08:06 PM

Check out the gallery on Richard Mcguire's site.

Notice the twin screw front vise on the other side of this bench!

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#48 posted 03-31-2012 09:11 PM

I couldn’t really decide which end was better for my leg vise. I think I like two of them better. I wish mine was pretty, too.

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#49 posted 03-31-2012 11:32 PM

wow that is one big bench it is huge 2bigfeet I cant even imagine the amount of people it took to carry it out to the pasture to photograph very nice bench

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#50 posted 04-06-2012 04:46 AM

hey brett what kind of wood is that your using

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