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The cornerstone of every shop is a solid bench. And they don't come more solid than this one. Its traditional design is improved with modern materials that help ensure the top will stay flat.
Sometimes it seems you need a third (or even fourth) hand when you're working on a project. These three little items earn their keep by holding your work in place on the bench top.
The space below the top of the workbench is the perfect place to put your tools. Choose from several storage options, including a drawer-and-door unit that slides into the base of the workbench.
The simple beauty of this rack is obvious. And so is its purpose. But what you don't see at first is that the hooks slide from side to side to make room for bulky coats or bags.
Finish information: We stained the piece with General Finishes Walnut Stain and finished it with two coats of General Finishes "One-Step".
No matter how careful you are, it seems inevitable that a project gets bumped or banged -- don't worry. We'll show you some tips to take the sting out of those dents and dings.
When building this lamp, you'll use a common dovetail bit that makes quick work of cutting the joinery. With a minimum of time and material, you'll have a project that really shines.