Shop Project Build This Super Sturdy Efficient Workbench For Your Small Shop And You Ll Never Regret It It S Big On Functionality But Small On Space
Shop project build this super sturdy efficient workbench for your small shop and you ll never regret it it s big on functionality but small on space is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by lee with ID 1959950929 was uploaded on 02-03-2019 and has been viewed 182,930 times.
Pint-Sized Workbench Photos by Carl Duguay; Illustration by Len Churchill INFO: DIFFICULTY - 2/5, LENGTH/TIME - 3/5, COST - 3/5 Download a PDF of this image.NOTE: The Tail Vise used is #70G01.51 NOT 70G01.
52 Early last year, I downsized to a small shop that is less than half the size of my former shop.In order to accommodate a basic set of machinery, and to have sufficient space for bench work, assembly, and storage, I opted to replace my full-size work bench with a much smaller version, and integrate my hand tool storage into the bottom of the bench.
I designed the bench so that it could be built over a two-and-a-half-day weekend, and set a budget of $300 for materials and hardware.This excluded the purchase of plywood for the bottom cabinet, as I had ample cut-offs on hand.
Rather than traditional square dogs, I chose to incorporate 3/4" round dogholes.They are much quicker to install and would enable me to use the wide range of Veritas workbench accessories.To speed up the build, I chose to make as much of the bench with 2" rough (1-3/4" dressed) stock as possible, and to use dowel and bolt joinery rather than dovetails or mortise and...