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Design by Aurelio Bolognesi, of Hardwick, Mass.
No matter how big and feature-rich your workbench is… sometimes it’s just not big enough. If you’ve ever tried to do hand work on a tall bookcase or long bed rail, you know what I mean. Clamps can get in the way of your tools and benchdogs can’t accommodate the size.
This great workbench accessory submitted by Fine Woodworking reader Aurelio Bolognesi is the perfect fit for just such a situation. Download a free PDF for the complete construction details on how to build his workbench extension.
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