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The WoodShaped Workbench // Shop Organization - Woodworking

The WoodShaped Workbench // Shop Organization - Woodworking

Welcome back to another WoodShaped video!

Today I set my sights back to completing my workbench, For now anyway! I may be adding more in the future like a bottom shelf or cubbies to store smaller tools.

In this video I started by attaching the other apron the same way I did when I installed the vice. I drilled dog holes as well as holes to store my holdfasts.

I applied leather to my holdfasts to prevent dents and marring to my work pieces and then I also attached the aprons to the legs as well as applied custom bolt caps to the workbench.

Hope you enjoy this video! Let me know what you think of the bench!

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► Tools and Supplies Used:

Grizzly Solid Maple Workbench Top (purchased 2 years ago):

Cabinet Maker’s Front Vise:


Hard To Find Hanger Bolts:

Stick Fast CA Quick-Set Medium 4.5oz:

Stick Fast Aerosol Activator 7.5oz:

Lufkin Measuring Tape:

Milwaukee 6955 12” Sliding Dual Bevel Miter Saw:

Incra IRSET 12-Inch Marking Rule Set:

WoodPeckers Drill Press Table with Hold Down Clamps:

Milwaukee M18 Fuel Drill/Driver Combo with One Key:

TiteBond II - Wood Glue:

Makita Cordless Router:

FastCap Glu-Bot Glue Bottle (16 Ounces) -

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