Leon, .......... bench photo's as promised.
The order of the photo's is a bit mixed, but youll get the gist of it.
Base is pine, dowelled to locate stretchers and then held to gether under
mild tension with threaded rod. Top is Douglas Fir glulam, the protective
surround is Jarrah.
Used to be a filler board in the centre gap on top, I haven't used it for
years, - find it convenient to be able to clamp either side or in the middle
according to material size.
Built 8 or 9 years ago, it is still rock solid, - the tension rods prevent
Disassembles in less than 15 minutes, re-assembly takes a few minutes
Built without plans, just made it up as I went, material sourced from a
It was my first attempt at wooddorking. Possibly slightly over engineered