There are a lot of different styles of workbenches used for woodworking. None of them is perfect. Every design has its pros and cons. I tend to be more of the opinion that a workbench is a place to do work. In my eyes, a workbench doesn’t need to be an expensive alter for the hand tool gods, or a flashy showpiece that I’ll be afraid to scratch. So I designed and built this workbench to handle all of the hard work that I ask a workbench to do, but also so that I wouldn’t mind when it inevitably gets glue or stain on it, when it gets cut by a saw or chisel, or when it gets banged and dented by a dropped tool or project part. This workbench is designed to work. Nothing more.
What You’ll Get
- A Sketchup file of the project.
- Over 2 hours of detailed video instruction showing you how to build the project.
- How to design a workbench for your body and the work that you do
- How to build a solid workbench base that won’t rack or wobble
- How to make a workbench top that is rigid and flat
- Options for vises and workholding
- Revisiting the workbench after 1-year of use to see how it’s been holding up
- Lessons 6
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 Hours 2 Minutes
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 74
- Assessments Yes