|Forum topic by KCConst||posted 05-26-2015 08:02 PM||703 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
05-26-2015 08:02 PM
I’ve been in the process of looking over the Roubo workbench design. I’ve read, reviewed and obsessed over may of the details that so many people claim to make this the “Cadillac” of workbenches. I have one simple inquisitive observation that I can’t completely understand or agree with so in a question format…
Is there an important/valid or significant reason that the end of the traditional Roubo that does NOT have a vise, is not “Capped”? Endgrain of multiple pieces of glued together wood seem to offer a slightly greater chance to have issues. Thanks in advance, I look forward to all the innovative responses.
Tom in KC
-- "Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do" Wooden