With its large top, solid base, and multiple ways to hold work, this bench incorporates 30 years of woodworking experience. That's because Garrett Hack has been thinking about what he'd put into a new workbench almost since he built his first one.
This version has a beefy trestle-style base constructed with mortise-and-tenon joints, a sturdy tongue-and-groove top with big breadboard ends, and lots of ways to hold work: a front vise and a tail vise used in tandem with benchdogs and a holdfast, and a sliding stop at one end.
30 1/2 in. deep by 84 3/4 in. wide by 35 in. tall
PRINTED PLAN INCLUDES:
- Companion How-to Article
- Detailed cutlist
- Extensive, full-size and scale drawings