UPDATE: I’ve tested this for almost a year.  Read my final opinion here.   Behind my table saw is a large outfeed/assembly table that consists of a torsion box top that sits a little bit lower than my table saw.  Since this table is used for glue-up, finishing, andlots ofRead More →

The extension wing provides a lot of work surface.

<< This is a continuation of Workbench: Part 6 – Finishing the benchtop   The finish has been applied to the bench-top so now it’s time to attach the hardware.  This is a tricky subject to explain clearly.  I’m going to do my best but I’m planning on coming backRead More →

  This is a continuation of Workbench: Part 2 – Gluing up the top. After gluing up half of the top, I repeated the process and got the other half glued up as well.   Once it was dry I joined them together with glue and biscuits just like I didRead More →

This is a continuation of Workbench Part 1 – Milling down some 2 x 4s. We got another snow day so this gave me an opportunity to work some more on my wife’s workbench. Now that the boards have all been milled down, it’s time to start gluing them together.   For thisRead More →