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Posted on one 2x4 frame to rule them all (workbench design)

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#1 posted 10-26-2018 11:38 PM

fair enough, I guess I’ll go ahead with tenon/mortise joints also as a way to practice instead of just screwing it together (only did tenons once so far and it was a disaster :/).

One question about attaching the top: do I have to glue the tenon in? I was looking at ways I could attach the top in a non permanent way so that I could replace it in the future and a non-glued tenon was an option I considered. The other was buttons with screws, but I liked the idea of seeing the end grain of the leg on the top.

thoughts?

-- Don't worry about making progress, worry about practicing. If you practice you will make progress even if you don't want to.


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