Day 1 Building A Workbench Benchtops And Bench Dogs

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Today was the first day of class at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking for Building a Workbench.There are six students; the instructor, Bob Van Dyke, who is the school's Director, and his assistant, Tim.

The bench will be almost 7 feet long, made of solid maple with a 2 1/2 inch thick top, an end vise, a front or shoulder vise with twin screws and a tool tray for most of us.It will weigh 300 pounds when complete....

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