|Forum topic by HenryD||posted 01-04-2010 07:27 PM||3027 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
01-04-2010 07:27 PM
I have a 96”x34” workbench that I use for many different things, utility mostly, but I don’t want to build a full workbench with more of woodworkers bench top (dog holes, etc.). I have limited space for a new woodworking workbench. I’m looking for ideas on what to build, but my general idea would be a woodworkers bench top with very short legs, tall enough to accomodate an end vise. The top with vise could possibly bolt down to my workbench top. When not in use, I could store it away.
Most of the work I plan to do it would be pocket hole joinery, clamping, shelf construction, bookcase work, etc. I’d like an adequately hard and flat top for this work with dog holes and/ or t-track, similar to a Kreg cabinet makers clamping table that I’ve seen.
My ideas right now are loose but I’d like to get more specific as I go ahead. Does anyone have any ideas of the type of top I’d like to build or can you point me to any projects you’ve seen that are similar?
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