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My Workbench—The A to B Series

NOTE:Just so you know, this is an older workbench series. Paul has a newer Workbench series. If you are interested in the updated version of Paul’s workbench please click the button down below. This page links to a cutting list, tools list, FAQS and much more. Click here to go to the workbench page Built…

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Changes II —Workbenches and Garage Walls

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NOTE: If you are interested in this updated version of Paul’s workbench please click the button down below. This page links to a cutting list, tools list, FAQS and much more. If you’re like me you will realise that often changes you might resist or even reject at first turn out for the better in…

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Question on Workbenches – Are they Becoming Fanciful

NOTE:Just so you know, Paul has a new Workbench series. If you are interested in the updated version of Paul’s workbench please click the button down below. This page links to a cutting list, tools list, FAQS and much more. Click here to go to the workbench page Q: Paul, I think what you have…

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The Workbench Success Story

In the last 10 hours 8,900 woodworkers have watched part 8 of making my workbench on YouTube alone. That of course does not include how many have watched the other 7 parts in the series. On woodworkingmasterclasses.com the series has been going out two weeks earlier. I am not sure how many have seen it…

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How to Build a Workbench – Apron Recesses (part11)

Cutting the housings NOTE:Just so you know, this is an older workbench series. Paul has a newer Workbench series. If you are interested in the updated version of Paul’s workbench please click the button down below. This page links to a cutting list, tools list, FAQS and much more. Click here to go to the…

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Plywood Workbench Update

I actually made two workbenches to the pattern we’re giving in the video series. It follows the same principle pattern as my earlier models made from solid and laminated wood because my research via questionnaires and such showed that we had hit the mark with regards to the important factors. Three decades ago we tackled…

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Workbench and Vise—Two Core Essentials to Real Woodworking

I’ve written different blogs that lead to the point where action becomes essential to actually precipitate the starting of the work proper; this for me is  the essence of real woodworking. With that centred in our thoughts, we begin to see how the workbench, vise and hand tools predicate real woodworking. Beyond, or, I might all the more…

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Paul Sellers’ workbench series #8 up and running

NOTE:Just so you know, this is an older workbench series. Paul has a newer Workbench series. If you are interested in the updated version of Paul’s workbench please click the button down below. This page links to a cutting list, tools list, FAQS and much more. Click here to go to the workbench page This…

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  • Jeffrey A Mazur on My GoalsI, too, eschew "you get what you pay for" as words to live by. Far more accurate, in my opinion, is "you don't get what you don't pay for." High price does not guarantee quality, b…
  • Steve on My GoalsI've made a couple of Krenov style hand planes with mixed success. I'm far from being an expert woodworker but I like to try stuff. It's actually a fairly easy method and all you'r…
  • Samuel on George Leaves…I did a trade and was very conscious of the difference between a good teacher and not. A lot of the time you are just sidelined and there is no skill appropriate learning curve on…
  • Dan Miller on Finishing Your WoodThe best book on finishing is "Understanding Wood Finishing" by Bob Flexner. There is a tremendous amount of misinformation as well as mis-labeling when it comes to finishing and f…
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  • Christopher Jackson on George Leaves…I am old. I did "woodwork" at school (1950s) and hated it, twas so so difficult. Over the years I dabbled and made, with far too much effort, a few only just about acceptable piece…
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