I needed to get moving on the end table project and deliver the 3 that I have under commission, so the I have been working on the workbench not working on it. I did install a plane stop and that’s been real handy. I know I need a few photos at this point. Overall, it’s a little tight at only 56” long, but I like the 24” width, everything is in reach as opposed to my old one which is more like 30” wide. The end tables are only 24” tall, so there is room for one on the bench and the usual explosion of chisels, planes, etc. This week, I will get some shots of it. And shots of the tables—they have evolved from the prototype I made last year.
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