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  1. Projects Workbench improvements

    Last week I have made two improvements to my workbench. One is the sliding tray that allows to use hand tools drawer space more efficiently: The other is the roll-out shelf for pneumatic tools: Now all my nail guns and nails I most commonly use are at arm's reach, along with...
  2. Projects Baltic Birch Assembly Bench

    I finally got around to finishing my assembly bench table. My objective was to make it dead flat and stable so I started with a 60”x30”x10” apron built from 18mm Baltic Birch to make sure no chance of ever sagging. The bottom shelf frame is 18mm Baltic Birch, shelf is 12mm Baltic Birch, 3”x3” L...
  3. Projects An Unconventional Workbench/Outfeed Table

    I finally got around to replacing the embarrassing, saggy outfeed table that I'd assembled in a rush from construction-grade plywood when I first built my shop. This is still a fairly humble bench in comparison to some of the works of art that others post on this platform, but it will serve me...
  4. Marketplace Classifieds
    STANLEY BAILEY No7C Jointer Plane. Great shape for age, 1910 patent date, sound castings, no cracks. Hock Tools blade and chip breaker near new (Bench Plane Blades and Breakers), corrugated sole as seen at the pictures, partial decal on Rosewood tote. I got three jointers, time to let this one go!
    $130 USD
  5. Blogs
    I have finished up one of a planned 2 workbenches. This one is made of maple 3/4" plywood (mostly) and I skinned the surface with formica. It's on casters and was built to be just under the height of my table saw. One end hold my measuring tools, the other will hold my glues, drill bits, and...
  6. Blogs
    I started woodworking a little over 3 years ago. I had a small garbage Ryobi table saw and started gradually acquiring other equipment. As my collection grew I needed a place to work and some storage. Some background here; I don't own a garage, just a small storage space. I do have a covered...
  7. End Grain Top, A true labor of love

    I have had the opportunity to build several, end grain, butcher block cutting boards when a close friend asked if i could make a counter top for a kitchen island. The process is the same, but it is considerably more work to build a larger top…especially in a small shop like mine. I was...
  8. Workbench Adaptation

    I actually did not build this bench. I did build the storage cabinet underneath it. Just simple drawers for storage of all of tools and all of the shop necessities. Also, there is a picture of my plane collection that resides in one of the drawers. The second photos is my son learning to use...
  9. Home made tool's

    I don't have a lot of cash right now & needed another clamp & a vice. So I spent $4.00 on some all-thread & used some scrap lumber in my shop & now we have what we need. During this build I have thought of 10 different way to do these for next time.
  10. New Worktable

    This new table is the worktable of my dreams, and I have had many dreams! Over the Christmas holidays, I built the top, then demoed my old bench and built a new frame similar to the one Jay Bates built for his bench. Just simple 2×4 construction. However, I did make sure the roll out drawer...
  11. Table Saw Dust Collector

    As I've posted before, I tend to take equipment, and materials work the best they can for my needs. I have gone to a whole new level now with permanent, "fixed"(I hope), dust collection. I have a "screamer" table saw that I built a massive rolling workbench for, with miter slots, and storage. I...
  12. Computer Desk and Table, via Pocket Holes and Plywood

    My small desk just didn't give me enough space to draw, edit videos, or play video games comfortably. So I decided it's time for a new one! I considered buying a computer desk, but couldn't find quite what I wanted, so I decided to make one. One that would have room for all my hobbies and be...
  13. Outfeed table

    Built this a while back, just getting around to posting. Small shop demands compact design. Though i have ideas to improve this a bit more, it has served me well since i built it 4-5 months ago. I took ideas from a collab video by April Wilkerson and Jay Bates, as they built an outfeed table...
  14. Mobile Assembly Table - Doors and Retractable Casters!

    Once again, something mobile… nothing special, but useful in my garage shop. A couple of weeks ago, I visited one of our local commercial lumber yards that sells cabinetry, doors, flooring, etc. to contractors. They have a door mill where they make all kinds of doors under special order as well...
  15. Workbench

    My workbench I built entirely with hand tools and sweat using cheap 2×4's and some leg wood I picked up for free that was in my grandparents garage for 30 years or so. For the well I used a sheet of pine which probably won't last long but I loved the big knot in it. Vise was picked up from...
  16. baby block

    A baby block I made for my newest nephew for Christmas. I got the Idea form fellow Lumberjock, High Rock Woodworking. The woods used are padauk, maple, and lacewood. Thanks for looking!
  17. A (very) poor man's temporary "sawhorse workbench"

    One never seems to have enough tools to build the tools that build the tools etc… The workbench is no exception. Infact not having one is a pain in the behind. So far I've done most of my work on rickety constructions. But I've just finished a small afternoon project that makes building a...
  18. Restored J.H. Rosberg Mfg Co Watchmakers Bench Before and After

    Here's a lil' restoration project that may be of interest to you all. One of my current compulsions is old jewelers lathes and whilst trolling Craigslist last month I came across an old watchmakers bench with a lathe and a motor. So I drove north 90 miles and picked up this cool old bench with...
  19. workbenches from Sweden

    We have made workbenches for more than 100 years now I make only about 12 large benches each year. My shop was built by my father and his two brothers 1945. look at my homepage http://www.workbenches.se/ I have made workbenches to 10 different countries and I love my work . I have made a...
  20. Workbench

    This has been a long time coming. Working without a proper bench has been a bit of a pain. A big thanks to Mike VanPelt at American Sycamore. I never would have found the time to get this built on my own. 2 days with Mike and we knocked this beautiful bench out. A little more clean up and a...
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