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After many years of MDF and 2×4 benches, I started into construction on the FWW Not-so-big Workbench. Downloaded plans from webstore and I purchased some new lumber to get thngs started. The base is red oak. This was also a great excuse to go out and get a 3/4 inch Robert Sorby mortise chisel.
Base is complete – now time to work on the top.
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