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Latest workbench - Puget Sound Woodworking class project

comments (4) December 20th, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

DerrickBurke DerrickBurke, member
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This is a student project here at Puget Sound Woodworking.  Workbenches are a regular thing here.  Enjoy!

Design or Plan used: My own design - Derrick Burke

posted in: Reader's Gallery, WorkBench, joinery, woodworking classes, private lessons

Comments (4)

Heydemann Heydemann writes: Love the contrasting dovetails. Makes it a piece of art!
Posted: 11:52 pm on May 31st

Passin Thru Passin Thru writes: I hope to build one this summer out of Hard (Sugar) Maple. My brother in law owns a mill and said if I'd come get it he'd let me have the lumber. Want it 9* ft long and 36 wide with the 2 vises and a hold down bar down the side like the other table on here from Europe.
Posted: 10:19 pm on January 29th

FILYAW FILYAW writes: I am curious to know your location of your vises.I have looked at some where the double vise was located on the side instead of the end. Is it more useful on the end instead of the side. Also, are the plans available for purchase.
Posted: 2:29 pm on March 20th

Streamline Streamline writes: This very nice. Where was the class at? Am in edmonds, WA.
Posted: 9:53 pm on December 22nd

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