Workbench Homemade

Workbench Homemade



Size 177×67 cm
height 88 cm

For this workbench manufacture, I used:
– wood species:
Pine
oak
– beech dowel—-8 m
– glue
– epoxy resin
– oil wax (color – TEAK)
– aqua-antiseptic (color – rosewood)

length width thickness—mm
1:25 – Pine wood board
1680 х 80 х 45 —13 pcs

3:36 -Oak board
1680 х 100 х 45 —2 pcs

5:05 – Oak board
670 х 100 х 45 —2 pcs

10:12 – Oak
650 х 20 х 10 — 18 pcs

11:31- Epoxy resin

12:50 – Oak
830 х 100 х 100 — 4 pcs

15:44 – Oak
580 х 70 х 40 — 2 pcs

16:37 -Oak
490 х 100 х 45 — 2 pcs

18:58 – Oak
1270 х 100 х 45 — 2 pcs

22:42 – plywood
1005 х 490 х 12 — 1 pcs

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28 Comments on "Workbench Homemade"

    I was thinking "How is he going to deal with those knots?" After watching "I wish there were more knots". Beautiful work. Probably get metal pegs for the vice eventually.

    Very nice this workbench. Lot of effort but made with love…..my first video of Mr. Vereshchak but not the last one… 🙂

    greetings
    Martin

    А зачем вы верхнюю перемычку приклеили к низу столешки? Щит из сосны будет играть в зависимости от влажности.

    I’d be interested in seeing how much the bench racks under horizontal stress. Maybe on the next bench build you might consider moving the legs to the edge, flush with the sides. This would allow you to add a leg vice in the future. Very nice aesthetic touch with the grid inlay on the work surface. Most wouldn’t take the extra time. 👍

    Interesting design. I am concerned about wood movement long term. Also, the cracks in the legs appear to be much more than surface cracks. Both of these things aren't an issue now, but I expect in 5 years, it will be a different story.

    where did you get the straight edge you use with router to flatten your work bench..thank you . I would like to get something like this need it in my shop..thank you once again very appreciated..Freddy Builtinwestchester

    Very good craftsmanship, by why put the vice at the end of the bench? How would you cut down a 6ft length of timber to, say 5ft?

    1. Неужели автор думает, что если на столешницу всетаки подействует сила способная переломить ее по шву, вот тот пучек прутиков, сквозь нее на клею, чем-то поможет?

    Gluing a long grain piece to the ends of a solid table top, as you do at around 5:45, is the biggest no-no in woodworking. The solid top will move (increase and decrease in width) with seasons, the glued and screwed end piece will not enable this movement. So, most likely the top will warp or crack, if not it's a matter of luck. Usually in a workbench you joint and glue the side apron only to the front apron, then guide the side apron in height along the short side, and screw in oversized holes. The movement is then taken up att the back side of the bench, side apron not glued to back apron, only guided.

    Looks fantastic but, what allowance did you allow for timber seasonal movement ? BIG PROBLEM too rigid, bench will try to move, not be able to and will create cracks and possible breakage.

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