Sources

Workbench hardware is available from most major mail-order tool suppliers. The components for the bench in the photograph came from the following sources:

Laminated Maple Benchtop 2'/4X 24x60 in. ($175 plus freight): Woodcraft, 210 Wood County Industrial Park, P.O. Box 1686. Parkersburg, WV 26102(800-225-1153).

Shoulder-Vise Assembly with I VjA-dia. screw and J/<-in. dia. guide bars for end vise ($149.90 plus freight): Garrett Wade, 161 Ave. of the Americas, New York. NY 10013 (800-221-2942).

9-in. Paramo No. 151 Quick-Release Face Vise ($169.95): Robert Larson Co.. Inc., 33 Dorman Ave., San Francisco. CA 94124 (415-821 -1021).

Laminated Wooden Bench Dogs ($21.50 per pair): Garrett Wade (800-221 -2942).

7*-ln. dia. bit cuts recess for

DOG HOiE STRIP

Cut slot with dado head, then rout recess for bench-dog head.

Adjustable stop butts against edge.

Wing nut adjusts stop.

Adjustable stop butts against edge.

Wing nut adjusts stop.

DOG HOiE STRIP

7*-ln. dia. bit cuts recess for

This easy-to-build, Shaker-style bench will lend a simple elegance to your home.

A Reproduction from the Workshops of David T. Smith

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