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Paoson WoodworkingHigh Capacity Multi-Function Workbench Build / Part 1

High Capacity Multi-Function Workbench Build / Part 1

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It’s a cross between a woodworking bench and a workbench, combining the advantages of both, robust and plenty of storage space to keep tools handy. I’ll also attach a cutting station to the bench, using a plunge circular saw.

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  1. I'm only a third of the way through this first vid and just wanted to say I love the construction technique … no need to worry if your mortise and tenons are perfectly paired, you know they have to be if you used one to space the other … brilliant. Only suggestion I would make is to screw the joints from the unseen side but maybe I haven't reached that part yet! 🙂

  2. Great idea on using the play wood as the frame of the table instead of studs. I enjoy assembly part. Can you share a link where we can find the wheels you used for this table please. Will turn on the notification to check out your more of your videos, great work!

  3. Great job, this will be my reference model. One question, for clamping the plywood laminates I believe you used an aluminum square tube as a flat reference. What wall thickness is necessary to allow strong clamping against this flat surface without warping the square tube?

  4. I have completed the bench butthe dog holes were a mess on the drawer side.
    Would you suggest pluging and redrilling them or some other method? Thanks for your time and help.

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