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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-26-2016, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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This is a workbench I put together for my son-in-law for Christmas.

It started with an old Display Case I found on Craig's List. It had a glass top so I removed that and added three drawers.
I bought a butcher block workbench top from WoodCraft but it was too short so I asked for help here and someone told me I needed
to add Breadboard ends and thus with help from a few of you I learned how to do it. Thanks to all of you.

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Ryan , wow that is just awesome! That's going to come in very handy
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I guess it's really a splined breadboard end, that's what Stick and Tom recommended. Thanks to both of them.
I love working on stuff like this and really get a chance to learn.


Son-in law loved it.

Time to rest,
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Looks great Bryan - nice job.

I totally agree - there are a lot of pretty sharp folks on this forum who are willing to share their knowledge and experience.
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Terrific result Bryan.
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well done Bryan...
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Nice Job Bryan. Now you know just how easy it is to make spline joints.
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Excellent...BTW, you have entirely too much room in your shop and need to send some to me...
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Well done Bryan
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