Thursday, October 13, 2011

The Heavy-Duty Hideaway Bench

Woot!  I'm famous, or at least my bench is.  I was pleased as punch to be featured over on The Wood Whisperer Guild site.  Marc and the Guild are gearing up to build a Split-Top Roubo workbench, and he is doing some interviews with some Guildees about their current benches.


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Thanks for stopping by!  Glad you're here!

If you have any questions about the bench like "What the heck were you thinking?!?! then just post a comment.  I'd be happy to reply.

5 comments:

Ben said...

What the heck where you thinking???!11!??

Aaron said...

Ha Ben. I was thinking "How many holes can I drill in this thing before it crumbles?".

thewoodninja said...

Hey Aaron, any chance you would come off of the SketchUp for your bench? I love the idea and it would be a perfect fit for my current needs.

Vic Hubbard said...

Very cool bench concept. You need to enter that into a workbench book when you've got the leg vise functional. You're definitely one of the smarter Simpsons!

Adam Van Sickle said...

Hi Aaron. Great bench. I have rather limited space in my garage as well and I'm looking for ideas on how to put some wheels on my bench/out-feed/assembly table.

I'm wondering if you have any pics/plans of the cam mechanism for the wheels on your rolling boxes.