With solid construction and two vises there isn’t a task this classic workbench can’t handle.
A great workbench needs to have a couple important qualities. First it has to be solidly built. You don’t want it sliding or moving around as you work. Second it has to offer options for clamping a workpiece securely in place. This way you don’t have to worry about the workpiece shifting as you rout sand or cut. The workbench shown above meets all these requirements — and more. It’s built with red oak and medium-density fiberboard (MDF) for strength and stability. And the knock-down hardware used to assemble the base allows you tighten it with changes in humidity (or disassemble it if you ever need to move it). But a solid bench isn’t of much use if you can’t hold a workpiece securely. So this bench incorporates a front vise and a unique twin-screw end vise. Along with the dog holes in the top they provide an unlimited number of clamping options. This just might be the last workbench you’ll ever need.
What you get:
15 pages of detailed how-to instructions ensure your success
More than 60 full-color photos illustration and exploded views
Cutting diagram materials list
Retail sources for vises and hardware