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  • pto189 commented on jdege's instructable Building a Real Woodworker's Workbench6 months ago
    Building a Real Woodworker's Workbench

    I cut the 8' countertop into 5' àn 3' pieces, then bought 6 bf Poplar to build a 2'x2'x1.5" board and as a bottom layer with the 3' piece. I also cut many 3/4"x3" dowels to fill the holes when unused. In addition, I built 3 drawers with Rockler sliders for tools and router bits. In steads of using MDF for bottom shelf, I used plywood.

    I cut the 8' countertop into 5' àn 3' pieces, then bought 6 bf Poplar to build a 2'x2'x1.5" board and as a bottom layer with the 3' piece. I also cut many 3/4"x3" dowels to fill the holes when unused. In addition, I built 3 drawers with Rockler sliders for tools and router bits. In steads of using MDF for bottom shelf, I used plywood.

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  • pto189 commented on jdege's instructable Building a Real Woodworker's Workbench10 months ago
    Building a Real Woodworker's Workbench

    If we install the side vise base against the short stretcher, how can we install the clips to hold the top in that area?

    If I use two layers of countertops, should I use screws or glue them? Thank you.

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  • pto189 commented on jdege's instructable Building a Real Woodworker's Workbench1 year ago
    Building a Real Woodworker's Workbench

    Thank you for your info. I ordered it yesterday. Today the board is in store for pick up.

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