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Toy Workbench Woodworking Plan.

Little children love having their own workbench complete with tools made just for them! With this project kids can get real woodworking experience using the tools, too. They use the screwdriver to turn the two giant screws with slotted heads, ...

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Case, Sharpening (PDF)

Material and cutting list only. Project featured in Workbench Magazine No. 259 Vol 56 No.3 - May/June 2000.

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Cutoff Bin (PDF)

Cutting diagram only. This free woodworking plans and woodworking projects page is courtesy of the Workbench Magazine Issue 297.

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Message Center

This is a cutting diagram for this project as it appeared in Workbench Magazine, issue no. 310.

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Planer Stand (PDF)

Direct link to PDF. Cutting diagram only from the Workbench Magazine Issue 297.

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Vise, Extension Wing

Every shop needs a vise. But if you do not have a workbench on which to mount one or maybe you just want to add an extra vise, here is a simple way to do it.

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Photo Frames (PDF)

This is the free cutting diagram as it appears in Workbench Magazine Issue 304.

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Table Saw Station, Benchtop (PDF)

Please note, cutting diagram only.

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Pattern - Clock Face Diagram, Arts and Crafts (PDF)

Clock face diagram only. This project is featured in Woodsmith magazine Issue 256.

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Drill Press Table (PDF)

Cutting diagram and material list only. This project was featured in Workbench Magazine Issue 253.

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Bench Dogs

When clamping a workpiece in my workbench vise with bench dogs, I find that the small, metal dogs can leave marks on the edges of the piece that are tough to sand out.

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Tool Box, Rolling (PDF)

Material list and cutting diagram only. This project was featured in Woodsmith Magazine Issue 250.

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Dual Purpose Dust Chute Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF

Clamp it to your workbench or drill press and you have the perfect cleaner-upper. Or, set it on the floor and sweep in the debris for easy pick up.

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Bench, Boot (PDF)

Materials and Hardware List and Cutting Diagram only. From Workbench Magazine Issue 287 Volume 61 Number 1 January/February 2005.

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Jig, Molding Alignment

Recently, I was building the Cottage-style dresser featured in the June 2002 issue of Workbench. To dress-up the drawer fronts, I wanted to use small strips of half-round molding. The trick was trying to position the strips on each false drawer front so that they aligned from one drawer to the next.

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Pipe Clamp Glue-up Rack

My shop has no room for an auxiliary table for glue-ups. And I do not like the mess and distraction of having to do these glue-ups on my workbench. So to solve this problem I use a wall system that holds my pipe clamps whenever I need to do assembly and gluing tasks. This makes for efficient use of my space.

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Moxon Vise

A moxon vise is very handy in the workshop as it clamps on to your workbench allowing you to cut joinery into the ends of your workpieces. The best part is when you finish with it you can remove it and store it out of the way.

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Toggle Bolt Hold-Downs

My portable workbench gets pressed into service as a stand for several of my benchtop tools. But instead of breaking out the clamps every time I want to attach a tool to the workbench, I came up with a shop-made hold-down. It is faster and easier to use than clamps, and it can be made from a few pieces of commonly available hardware and a wood dowel.

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Storage Bench (DXF)

Large storage peice with workbench features. DXF Format.

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Tool Rack, Over the Bench

Since my workbench is in the middle of the shop, there is not an electrical outlet nearby to plug my power tools into. And trailing an extension cord across the floor is a safety hazard. So I decided to hang a strip of outlets above the bench.

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Vise, Lathe Mounted

In order to make room in my small shop for a wood lathe that I recently purchased, I had to get rid of an extra workbench. While I did not use the bench all that much, I really missed the machinists vise that was mounted on it. But then it dawned on me that I could still use the machinist is vise by simply mounting it to the tailstock end of the lathe.

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Right Height Outfeed Support Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF

Here is a rock-solid solution to stock support that mounts to a workbench or add legs for a stand-alone support. Easy height adjustability makes it a versatile addition to your shop.

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Cabinet, Home Theater (PDF)

Cutting diagrams and parts list only to this project that appears in Workbench Magazine #282.

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Flip-up Pipe-Clamp Supports Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF

Frustrated with pipe-clamp holders tipping over as he worked, Paul Amberg came up with some ingenious flip-up supports for his workbench. Upright and ready to go when you need them, folded down and out of the way when you do not, these pipe-clamp supports add versatility to any workbench.

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Toy Pistol Downloadable Yard Art Woodcraft Pattern PDF

This was my first pattern, made when I was just learning to use a coping saw and bit and brace and was too small to reach the top of the workbench! Cut from 3/4 inch pine. Round over all edges and leave natural or stain as desired. Stain is better than paint because the gun can be stained again when it gets nicked and dented. Beginner skill level using a scrollsaw.

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Dust Collecting Tool Stand Woodworking Plan

You only need to run a flex hose from a 4 inch side port to the tool creating all that dust, whether its on the stand itself or if its already set up somewhere in your shop. A debris separator, effective air filter and mobile work surface all rolled into one. Invest a weekend in building this simple glued and screwed plywood cabinet outfitted with a low cost dust collection blower and you are ready to stop big and small sawdust particles. Dust settles in the large pull out drawers at the bottom of the cart. The ingenious design separates the big chips from the small dust particles.

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Outdoor Furniture (PDF)

This page contains free cutting diagrams for the project listed. This project offers step-by-step plans. All other project plans can be found in past Workbench magazine issues.

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Dust-Catching Sanding Center Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF

You will sand your projects fast and effectively with this easy-to-build, stow-out-of-the-way cart. It features a PVC arm that keeps the sanders power cord and vac hose out of your way. A tool-triggered switch powers on and off a low-dough vac stored on board. To make the project as easy to build as it is to use, and to save time, build the no-nonsense drawers using metal sides with built-in slides sourced in this step-by-step plan.

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Cabinet, Storage Locker (PDF)

Free cutting diagram for this project as it appeared in the Workbench magazine Issue 303.

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Clamping Table, Knock Down

Trying to glue up large panels or frames on a small workbench can be difficult. I often found myself working in the middle of the floor. So, I built this simple knock-down clamping table to make the job a little easier.

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