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    Tossin' this workbench together...

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    Looking good Alan, should be rather stout

    What are you using, Maple?

    Looking forward to seeing this come together.

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    Hey Alan, haven't seen you around here in a while. Glad to see you back. That bench looks like it will be indestructible! I guess your router didn't like hogging out all that Maple for the Emmert!

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    Looking real good Alan. What glue are you using for the laminations?

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    Last edited by Alan DuBoff; 02-27-2008 at 08:55 AM.

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    That is coming along great Alan. Looking forward to sharing in your progress through the pics. Thanks for taking us all along.
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    That is going to be one solid & heavy bench!
    Very nice.
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    Very nice Alan. I appreciate all the pictures showing the progression. Jim.
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    That will be one nice portable light weight bench when done. Who is the unlucky one to lift it off the other bench?

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    Alan, I don't see how you can use "tossing" in the same sentence with that bench. It doesn't look very "tossable" (unless you're a LOT bigger than I think you are). It looks seriously beefy and stout.

    Looking good so far.
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