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Does anyone know of plans available on the internet to build a bench using a
solid core door as a bench top?
Thank You in advance,
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Thank You in advance,<BR>
Yes, it's maple T&G. I broke the glaze on the door with 80 grit paper
(I recommend an unfinished door if you have a choice) then both glued
and toe-nailed the T&G.
On pic 4 <http://www.balderstone.ca/workbench/pages/page_4.html you
can see the board nailed to the edge of the door that I used to fit the
T&G against. I used 2" finishing nails angled through the top corner of
One of these days I'll get around to doing a proper index.
"The thing about saying the wrong words is that A, I don't notice it, and B,
sometimes orange water gibbon bucket and plastic." -- Mr. Burrows
Here's a really nice one:
The above is a pay plan. It also appeared in Woodsmith long about 1995.
You might be able to find a back copy.
If you can't, let me know and I'll dig mine out for you.
I made one of these benches a few years back.
Very sturdy. Very inexpensive.
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