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

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#1 posted 10-27-2018 02:08 AM

No, you don’t have to glue the tenon into the top. If the top is heavy enough and the fit of the M&T is good enough, it’ll be just fine with just the weight of the top. My current bench is designed as a knockdown and the top is held in place by the tenons and some lag screws from the bottom. In reality, I’m not sure the lags are necessary, but since I did stub tenons (only 1in long) and not through tenons, the lags are a bit of security.

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