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Workbench

comments (3) December 28th, 2011 in Reader's Gallery

MTCondon MTCondon, member
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I'm a first year student at the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts. This was my second required project, and the requirements were mortise and tenon construction with four legs and a top. Phil gave me permission to build a workbench. The base is white ash, and the top is hard maple. The finish is brushed shellac and wax. Demensions are 84"L x 32"W x 38"T


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Todd Condon

posted in: Reader's Gallery, WorkBench, maple, frame and panel, ash, shellac


Comments (3)

G5Flyr G5Flyr writes: Outstanding work! Keep this project in your inventory when you go out on your own. This could be a center island/prep table in a kitchen - minus the vise and dog holes :)
Posted: 8:08 pm on December 30th

MTCondon MTCondon writes: Thanks Patrick! After FIM I would like to do commission work and antique repair.
Posted: 6:33 pm on December 29th

TIMOTHYPATRICK TIMOTHYPATRICK writes: Looks great Todd.It should last longer than you.What is your goal when you are finished with Phil?
Posted: 9:35 pm on December 28th

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