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My First Woodworking Workbench

My First Woodworking Workbench

I built my first real woodworking workbench based on an article by Bob Van Dyke in FW #223, with some modifications. I made the bench base out of standard pressure treated lumber. The legs are 4x4s...

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New Work Bench

New Work Bench

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It was time for me to build a new workbench, and I remembered one that I saw in a 2007 FW magazine. The design was by Cecil Braeden and it intrigued me at the time. I ended up taking an intermediate...

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Make an Inexpensive Wooden Lock For Your House

Make an Inexpensive Wooden Lock For Your House

Do you reside in an area without access to emergency locksmiths? If you've ever experienced a broken exterior lock, a simple wooden sliding latch lock provides an excellent temporary DIY security...

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LEG VISE WITH QUICK RELEASE

LEG VISE WITH QUICK RELEASE

  This leg vise is a new design that I have developed over the last two years with the idea of eliminating the lower pin bar which I find very inconvenient and also to incorperate a auto quick...

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Workbench

Workbench

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Lon Schleining and Matt Kenney, thank you so much. Your work has inspired mine.

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Sams Tropical Wood Roubo Workbench

Sam's Tropical Wood Roubo Workbench

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Good day people, I've recently registered as a member in the woodworking community. As a newbie to this community I present to you my latest completed woodworking project here at finewoodworkingcom...

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Simple Workbench

Simple Workbench

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Built from Phil Lowe's plans and out of Maple, cherry and ash.  

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Workbench

Workbench

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Shaker Work Bench from Scott Landis book (Hancock Shaker Bench). Maple top, ash legs, curly maple drawer fronts, birdseye tail vise, cherry end caps and trim.

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workbench

workbench

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I built this workbench to augment my furniture building and replace a flimsey inadequate Sears bench.  The design is an amalgum of ideas from Kenney, Schleining, Pirnik, and Hack. The...

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Workbench

Workbench

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Workbench 28 in x 72 in x 34 in. Made from maple, oak and ash. Inspired by Matthew Kenney workbenches. Vises from Lee Valey. Veritas twin-screw vise and a quick release front vise. 

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Wooden table saw / tennon milling machine .... Very accurate.

Wooden table saw / tennon milling machine .... Very accurate.

Accurate table saw milling machine - 0.03 mm thread adjusted wedge 30mm longitudinal = 1mm lateral. 4mm adjustment from initial double locked fence position, so 2mm either side of zero, to suit the...

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My Workbench

My Workbench

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This is my bench, something I should have made years ago.TOOK ONE AND A HALF YEARS TO BUILD,working every single night, every Saturday, and Sundays too.All pics taken by myself.

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UPDATE: Fine Woodworking Best Workbenches

UPDATE: Fine Woodworking Best Workbenches

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See who won a copy of Best Workbenches

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Greene & Greene Inspired Workbench

Greene & Greene Inspired Workbench

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Just completed my workbench, based on the Frank Klausz bench in "The Workbench Book" and after the dining room table in The Gamble House, Pasadena, California.  The base is red oak with wedged and...

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Greene & Greene Inspired Workbench

Greene & Greene Inspired Workbench

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Greene and Greene inspired workbench following "The Workbench Book" and the dining room table in the Gamble House, Pasadena.  Base is red oak with wedge and pin mortise and tenon joinery.  Top is...

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Woodworking Business - What To Build To Make Profits

Woodworking Business - What To Build To Make Profits

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Woodworking is a great art and hobby that you can quickly turn into business. You need to know that different woodwork projects will have different markets. For instance, if you are making toys, then...

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Sawhorse Workbench

Sawhorse Workbench

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Gents, This is an idea I have for a sawhorse that doubles as a light workbench for indoor use. In the future I plan to make add another sawhorse and a couple of torsion boxes so that I have tha same...

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Its not pretty, but it works. My 2nd prototype workbench.

It's not pretty, but it works. My 2nd prototype workbench.

I wasn't sure if this counted as furniture, shop pics, or jig pics, so I just used the first option on the page. I was impressed with two designs of workbench from FWW, the new fangled workbench, and...

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Newfangled Workbench

Newfangled Workbench

For my first workbench I gave John White's plan a try. I used construction grade pine and half-inch iron pipe and made the bench 6 feet long, 32 inches high. I have enjoyed using the bench and find...

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Reclaimed Industrial Workbench--Part I

Reclaimed Industrial Workbench--Part I

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

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