| These are great! How about sharing some rough idea of the angles
| used, etc. Or even just a quick sketch?
All angles are either 80 or 90 degrees. All parts except the front leg
started out cut square at 30 inches. The front leg I cut a bit long
and trimmed flush with my PC690 router after assembly.
Adjust the leg length so that the overall height is comfortable for
you. Adjust the length of the top to suit the intended purpose. I have
a disk sander atop one of these and a 1" belt sander on another; and
may build another pair about 2" taller and 10" or so shorter. While
building the most recent pair of horses, I discovered that pocket
joinery works really well - it allows leaving the top surface free of
screws (nice for planes and chisels). I drove #8 x 2 1/2" washer-head
square drive screws with coarse thread and twisted 'em really tight
with a hand driver.
The idea of making all those photos was to avoid having to make a
sketch. If enough people want/need plans, I'll make them available for
purchase or barter - 'cause that's a lot like work for me.
I'll warn that there's a certain amount of challenge in the assembly
of these things - they're perfectly simple and incredibly useful; but
the people who build these will either laugh with me or swear at me
while the first one goes together. After the first it becomes easier,
I promise. :-)
DeSoto, Iowa USA