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Reclaimed Industrial Workbench--Part I

Reclaimed Industrial Workbench--Part I

Refinishing vintage cast iron legs and finding a suitable top for this industrial workbench.

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Moxon on the cheap

Moxon on the cheap

I saw an attractive design in an earlier gallery post and decided to put one together using some surplus 8/4 maple. Despite conventional wisdom, I actually had a couple of spare 3/4" pony pipe clamps...

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The last workbench I will ever build

The last workbench I will ever build

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Like many others, I felt it was time for a workbench upgrade, likely this would be the last bench I build and wanted it to be unique. The design is my own, incorporating many features from my...

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My Wood Shop

My Wood Shop

Work in progress everyday.  Will it ever be perfect?

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My First Classic Workbench

My First Classic Workbench

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I waited to build this bench when I was confident with my woodworking capabilities.  I honestly should have built a easier way before this one, but I really knew what kind I wanted and just waited...

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Workbench

Workbench

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Finally I got around to building a proper workbench. I used reclaimed maple and mansonia timbers for the structure and the top. The sides are completed with thick plywood and are coloured. As vises I...

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Moxon vise

Moxon vise

I recently completed my moxon vise. It is made of hard maple. I made a table top and drilled some 3/4" holes where I can use Veritas bench pups to clamp stuff on top. I bought an acme threaded rod...

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Portabench

Portabench

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This was a design I came up with to use my beech slab, temporarily, in my front workroom.  In stark contrast to my usual engineering methods the design became more complex as I went along.  The top...

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Not So Big Workbench

Not So Big Workbench

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Finally completed Ed's "Not So Big Workbench" which is my first major woodworking project.  I started this back in May, 2013 and have been working on it on and off ever since.  Got sidetracked on...

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Real Antique Wood Mill Shop

Real Antique Wood Mill Shop

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(973)923-3273 We have more than one million board feet of reclaimed antique barn wood, wide plank flooring, siding, beams, & barn doors in stock. We dismantle, mill, install every product we sell...

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Split top roubo workbench

Split top roubo workbench

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Just completed the summer project... Split top Roubo. This project was a lot of work and is the biggest project I have tackled to date. I am fortunate to have stumbled onto a local woodshop that...

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Not So Big Work Bench Country Style

Not So Big Work Bench Country Style

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The Not So Big Workbench Plan by Ed Pirnik.  Drawer false fronts done in Sycamore.

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just started wood working

just started wood working

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So I just got into wood working and decided that my first project should be a work bench since I have a limited space to use I chose to do the not so big workbench this seemed like a easy bench to...

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Workbench - Monster, bombproof, not so (well kind of)

Workbench - Monster, bombproof, not so (well kind of)

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Legs and lower stringers are 6x6 alder, upper stringers 3x6 alder (all reclaimed).  Top is 4x24x96 maple with a Lee Valley face vise with hickory jaws.  All joined with single and double slip...

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Essential Workbench

Essential Workbench

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This project was completed using Lon Schleining's plan from Fine Woodworking Magazine. The bench is constructed from hard maple. I finished the top with danish oil, the base is finished with an oil...

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New Workbench

New Workbench

New Bench: Top is reclaimed African Mahogany countertop. Base is from some Old Growth Dougals Fir that had been cut and stored in an attic over 40 years ago. Drawbore Mortise and Tenon constructionI...

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Intermediate Workbench Video Series

Intermediate Workbench Video Series

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A serious workbench for woodworkers with limited shop space

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Dream Workbench

Dream Workbench

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My ultimate workbench-- finally finished! The bench has a tail vise, a 24" face vise, and a patternmaker's vise. Overall size is 36" x 92". The top is 4" thick laminated hard maple with a 5" bubinga...

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Workbench

Workbench

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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...

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Bev Mart

Bev Mart

This shop would be our attic. the walls are slanted, so table top tools work best for storing, and have floor space.  This also allows me to stock lumber on the shorter knee walls.   So far...

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