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  1. Good day folks, I am adding terminology for our wiki in the category of Workbenches. If you have the time, could you help build our list in this topic? You can add your entries here in this topic. I'd like to start with Workbench types. Here are just a few to get us going. Roubo Danish European More entries are greatly appreciated! And if you have any suggestions on whether a category or type is more appropriate? Roubo Workbench
  2. I lived in a small town in Millville Pa. all my life. Our big town has one four way stop sign. We at one time had two grocery stores. One closed up and one burned down. When they was hauling away what was left (not much) of the store I seen a butcher block table or what was left of it going into the trash. I stopped to ask if I could buy it and they said I could have it. It had to be over 100 years old. When I went to load it it was very hard to pick up. The wood was only nailed together with square nails and it would bend when trying to pick it up. I'm betting this was in the store since the store was built. I took it home and made a work bench out of it. I sure did not need another work bench but I had to have a piece of history from our little town. The bench takes at least four people to move it.
  3. From the album: John's Shop

    I recently inherited this beautiful workbench. The top is 4" thick, 6.5' long by 24" wide with a tool well at the rear. The top is composed of Maple and Oak billets, there are dog holes and the original owner made his own dogs out of aluminum rounds, they work very well. The end vise is large and very powerful. The cabinet is made of oak, with oak drawers and walnut pulls. I will be using the bench as my primary work surface for all I do, I cannot wait to start work on it. I purchased the hold fasts from a fellow on ebay, he hand forges them and sells them at a very reasonable price. I have already tried them and they truly do hold fast! More than likely I will remove the surface mounted vise as it will be in my way, but it is a nice vise, I'll mount it elsewhere in my shop space.
  4. I needed a quick workbench so I could set up for gun maintenance and reloading away from the dust of the woodshop. The wood bench with four drawers and a vice looked like it would do the job and it was $119.00 with a coupon. The first one I picked up the top was totally destroyed beyond repair. After a trip to HF for a replacement I put it together easily by not reading the instructions. About a half hour and some extra screws and glue it is surprisingly very sturdy and will fit my needs. All that is left is assemble the drawers and mount my reloading equipment. Someday I will build a better one and donate this one to Habitat. My rating: 4.5 stars for quality and assembly and -1.5 for packaging.
  5. I made this shop workbench for my oldest son. The structure is southern yellow pine (SYP) ripper from 2” x 8” dimensional lumber and is fabricated so that it can be disassembled. The horizontal members are attached to the side frames with 3/8” dia. bolts. The drawers sides are made from ½” birch plywood. The drawer bottoms are 1/8” hardboard. The right drawer is a double drawer. All three drawers have dovetails joints. The drawer slides are made from SYP. The bottom shelf is ½” birch plywood. The top is made from 2 pieces of ¾” MDF and 1 piece of 1/8” hardboard banded with ¾” pine. The Craftsman vise (made in USA) attachment will be such that it can be located on any corner of the top. The plans for the workbench is inspired from Shopsmith magazine issue 66, December 1989.
  6. FWIW, received notification from Kreg today about their new mobile work-center. A better mouse trap version of the B&D Workmate. It does have several interesting features and capabilities.
  7. http://ezine.woodworking.com/FinishingBasics/RefinishWorkbenchTop/index.html Tool well a catchall for junk, huh? I can understand that.
  8. I have been looking for ideas on improving my area for small projects. I came across this bench and wondered what this guy used it for. I found out, can you guess?
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