Shop Project We Don T Have To Tell You How Handy Sawhorses Are In The Shop They Act Like Silent Partners Assisting Us Whenever We Need Extra Support
Shop project we don t have to tell you how handy sawhorses are in the shop they act like silent partners assisting us whenever we need extra support is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by bruce with ID 1498425962 was uploaded on 15-02-2019 and has been viewed 138,760 times.
A Sawhorse: How to Build a Silent Partner This design comes from James Krenov, and it's simple yet quite ingenious.While studying at Rosewood Studio I made them not only as a shop aid but also as a way to reinforce lessons in joinery.
The load is carried on a stout top straight down through the legs and onto the feet.Typical A-frame-style sawhorses have a tendency to splay with heavier loads and don't always store neatly out of the way.
All the pieces on this one are made from 3"-wide stock, and all but the legs are made from 1"-thick material.Hardwoods such as maple or white ash work best, take all the abuse we are going to throw at it and don't cost an arm or a leg.
INFO: DIFFICULTY - 3/5, LENGTH/TIME - 3/5, COST - 2/5 Milling and sizingI like to mark up, or map, my planks for projects so that I make sure to use the best possible grain in specific pieces and to cut back on waste.
The top is sized at 27" × 3" × 1".The legs work out to 29-1/4" × 3" × 3/4", which allows for a 1-1/4" tenon at the bottom.The stretcher...