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I decided to have a go at building a traditional style sawbench and thought I'd share the results since I'm really pleased with it. It's just pine so is nice and light, but the joins make it nice and sturdy as well. A second one is in the works with the glue drying while I type.

Full breakdown of how I made it on my blog if interested.

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Andrew

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Thanks for the nice feedback guys - I finished the partner to it Monday, but without the V cutout and dogs. This one was used to make all the cuts except the lap joints on the legs and it worked really well.

Russ - it's got a couple of coats of a mix of boiled linseed and beeswax on it - I've got the same on my workbench top and it's still looking good, but if it does get a little too beat up I get the fun of making another set and improving on this design.
 
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