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Built this as a surprise for my husband. Used the jig to join the supports mainly.
About half the wood was reclaimed from construction site dumpsters.

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Comment by Eddie Bivens Jr on November 16, 2011 at 9:13pm

Thanks again for all your help. However I do have two more questions, what is your measurement from the top shelf to the peg board, or the top of the waist level shelf to the open shelf where the paint can is sitting?  Also how did you get the shinny work top, did you sand or paint?

Comment by Eddie Bivens Jr on November 15, 2011 at 6:18pm

Thank you Angie !!!

Comment by Angie Severson on November 15, 2011 at 12:50pm

No, I used nail gun with 2.5" nails, and it holds fine.  It's very sturdy with no wobble whatsoever.

 

Comment by Eddie Bivens Jr on November 15, 2011 at 10:57am

Thank You very very much Angie, I have been going over and over these plans to figure out using the kreg and if I need pieces or not.  So you didnt have any problems when attaching the front legs to the waist level shelf with the kreg screws getting in the way?  Again thank you very much and it looks very very nice

Comment by Angie Severson on November 14, 2011 at 11:59pm

I did follow the plans,but made some adjustments to the height of the lower shelf, and shelf ontop of peg board due to what we wanted to use it for.  If you have the plans from Handyman Mag., it is when I attached parts D to part B, and also the 2 end G parts to part A.  You could use the jig to attach all of the part G's.  I also used it to attach the backer boards in step 8 for the peg board.  Good luck with the project.

Comment by Eddie Bivens Jr on November 14, 2011 at 8:08pm

I am trying to build this exact bench.. how did you do it.. did you follow the plans on the handyman magazine,   where did you use the kreg jig at.. I have been going back in forth with kreg to figure that out... any help would be great.. thank you... great job on the bench..

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