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Featured Plan: Arts & Crafts Coffee Table with Ottoman

Includes step-by-step instructions, a materials list, a cutting diagram, and how-to photography
» Table: measures 46" W x 22" D x 19" H
» Ottoman: approx. 25" W x 17" D x 12" H
» Downloadable or USPS Mail Direct

Arts and Crafts Coffee Table and Ottoman

Steps in this wood plan include:
1. Begin by laminating and machining the legs
2. Machine and assemble the end frames
3. Add the cleats and stretchers next
4. Edge-join pieces for a solid-stock top
5. Finish-sand, stain, and clear-coat the table
Coffee Table and Ottoman

DIY Project: Building a Basic Workbench

A good workbench is literally the foundation of good work.

Expanded ViewWhat makes a good workbench? First, it should be strong and sturdy. The top should be thick enough to withstand pounding and large enough to handle everything from cabinets to lawn mowers. It should be level and flat so any assembly you do on it will be accurate. It should be the right height for you to stand and work comfortably. And it should be heavy enough so that it won't move or vibrate.

Fortunately, all these things are easy to achieve with the simple design we provide here. You can build our easy workbench in a couple of hours, with inexpensive materials and ordinary tools. Use our dimensions, or adapt them to your own needs. So here goes ... » Read More
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