How to Build a Workbench – Ep.1

How to Build a Workbench - Ep.1
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How to Build a Workbench – Ep.1

18 thoughts on “How to Build a Workbench – Ep.1”

  1. Finally after 3 years, I built the workbench that I once imagined to be the first Get Hands Dirty video project.
    Hope you guys enjoy this super heavy and sturdy roubo style inspired woodworking workbench made out of hard maple and featuring a 12" quick release bench vise!
    Weights about 120kg (265lb)
    Dimensions are 150 cm x 70 cm x 74 cm tall (59" x 27 1/2" x 29" tall)

  2. Looks very nice, super using those drawer runners. about that, from the video, It looks like Blum drawer runners. I do not want to advertise the company, but it looks like Blum (orange color). Most of the hardware companies they have also a CAD database and online links with mounting and assembly instructions and specs and you can download pdf files or even some CAD formats that you can import and use in a 3D. Some companies mark their product
    and some of them have also a serial # or part #. If they do not have, the supplier or reseller can provide this information and you can search the product on the company's website, there you will find the necessary information. Hope this can help, keep up the good work, cheers!

  3. MIKHAIL YOU ARE A MARVEL TO WATCH IN THE WOOD SHOP. YOU GIVE ME INSPIRATION TO DO MY OWN PROJECTS. THANKS SO MUCH FOR JUST BEING YOU.

  4. WOW, this is probably one of the most gorgeous workbenches I've ever seen. Congratulations, and I wish you a lot of pleasure using it. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Came across your video as I am looking for ideas. Your video is easy to follow and beautifully shot and edited, not to mention even-lit and near perfect lighting. Subscribing from the middle of da big pond, with Aloha!

  6. Nice !!! Well done your workbench. I am in need one this , very hard 🙂 . Congrats LZACCARO

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