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The Complete Intarsia Manual
There are quite a few books by intarsians that explain their techniques. Hundreds more have been published covering different tools, woods and finishes - plus of course there are thousands of websites packed with information. The trouble is it can...
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A Bench for all Seasons
One of the first things a new woodworker or a new gardener or any new crafter needs, is a place to work. Well I've got just the answer for each of them and at a price that won't break the bank! This bench is extremely sturdy, totally customizable,...
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Acrylic Accessory Sewing Table
As with many of you, one of my wife's interests is quilting, a hobby that like woodworking, combines imagination, skill, and gadgets. She had seen a TV program that showed a large extension table for the sewing machine—a jig!
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Arts and Crafts style bench
I came across these benches - or tables - in an overseas catalogue. This Arts & Crafts style is extremely sturdy and I thought it might be nice to make a couple for outdoors - sort of a table that can be used as extra seating when needed.
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Assembly Table
A 3 ft. x 5 ft. assembly table
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Backyard potting center
Gardeners will appreciate this sturdy, good-looking workbench: Perfect for the behind-the-scenes dirty work of potting young plants, it also contains storage space for hand tools and supplies. This slender structure is an all-weather tool shed....
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Basic 2x4 Workbench
This is a reproduction of the workbench that I built for my workshop over 30 years ago. It's a simple yet very sturdy design that is still in use today. Design and model by Ron Fritz, Creeksidewoodshop.com
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Basic Wooden Desk
Desks are easy. Prop up a large flat surface at the appropriate height, and you are done. Two sawhorse and a door usually does the trick-at least at first. If something a bit more sophisticated is required, you might try this design, which uses...
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Basic Workbench
Even if youre a wizard with tools, you cant cut a straight line or plane a true edge without a solid surface to work on. A rickety table or wobbly counter cant securely support your work. And with power tools, a shaky surface is downright...
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Basic Workbench
You can build this easy workbench in a couple of hours, with inexpensive materials and ordinary tools. Use these dimensions, or adapt them to your own needs. Even if you\'re a wizard with tools, you can\'t cut a straight line or plane a true edge...
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Basic Workbench
This is a back to basic design on the workbench. I was just seeing if I could do this more than anything, and it came out better than I thought. Hope you'll enjoy.
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