Popular Workbench Magazine
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July 1997: Jim Stuard's Bullet-proof Bench.The title is based not only on the weight and strength of this bench, but on the bullets Jim found in the 10/4 maple as he milled the stock for the top.'Popular Workbenches' is often suggested as a title revision for the magazine, given the number of workbench plans we've offered over the years.
And it's true that we have published a generous number of them - but every one is different! And given that a worksurface of some kind is integral to any workshop, well, it's a perennially important topic.
So in this post, just for fun (and to procrastinate on a spreadsheet I have to dig into today), I'm listing every workbench we've ever published in Popular Woodworking Magazine and Woodworking Magazine (the first one, from 1997, is above).
Also, I think it's fun to see how the design of the magazine pages has changed over the years.February 2001: This was, as far a I can tell, the first bench Christopher Schwarz built for Popular Woodworking.
If you build it today, it will cost you around $260.August 2002: Power-tool Workbench.This one (built by Christopher Schwarz) was 'my' bench when I first joined...