The woodworking website and how-to guide, The Joinery Plans, has just offered up plans for one of the things that every woodworker need; a workbench.
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The woodworking website and how-to guide, The Joinery Plans, has just offered up plans for one of the things that every woodworker need; a workbench. Plans for a sturdy and solid workbench which will become any woodworker’s constant companion, are now available on their blog for anyone to read along with plans for a coffee table that is sure to become a useful item once it gets built.
The workbench plans differ from others in one key aspect, as the surface isn’t made from plywood but instead a solid core wooden door. This makes sure that the workbench will remain stable when a worker uses a hammer or power tool on it, something that other plywood benches have a problem with. The plans for building the workbench are as easy as they are informative, ensuring that readers will be able to replicate the results of the woodworking workbench plans on The Joinery Plans without any trouble.
Once woodworkers have a steady and sturdy workbench, it provides the foundation for literally everything else that follows. It’s going to be the first in a long line of woodworking projects, and once the readers have this project under their belt, it will only open the door to more challenging and exciting projects. It might never leave the shop, but that doesn’t make a workbench any less important to a new or even an experienced woodworker.
In addition, the second set of plans detail how to build a stunning coffee table, using a lot of the same techniques as the workbench. Once readers create the table frame and the legs, scrap wood can easily be combined with a little elbow grease to get the coffee table looking great. They are both easy projects that might take up a day or two to build, but both will be used without question in the years to come.
The Joinery Plans was founded by a group of professional woodworkers who wanted to spread woodworking knowledge and knowhow to the masses. The best way for them to do that was to start a blog and combine over 20 years of teaching and woodworking experience. Their website, JoineryPlans.com, has step by step walkthroughs and PDF plans for nearly any type of woodworking project, all accompanied by pictures and easy to understand wording. No matter the skill level or knowledge, woodworkers will be able to follow along with the proper plans and get the same results.