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I to am looking at building a bench soon. My current bench is spuce 2x4s on edge with a 3/4 hardboard surface. Two problems with this bench are that it is to light and the top is to thick for the vice I recieved at christmas. I have had to anchor the table to the wall for when I really get into it with the hand planes.
Anyhow, in my quest for answers/opinions about work benches I came across this blog. http://blog.lostartpress.com/ The author of the blog has recently written a book on work benches (mine should arrive this week) and has some interesting workbench related posts.
There is currently a plan for a workbench in this months Wood Mag (well March but I just got it in the mail this week). If you''s, a 4x8 sheet of perforated hardboard and a double thickness of 3/4" MDF for the top. IIRC it is 18"x48"x30" high. Seems really well built and I''ll remove it.
i built a tage frid style bench out of white ash and a maple stand the white ash top is very solid and easy to work with during construction, the maple was a little harder to work due to larger sizes than you''d like to see them
When it comes to building a bench, build it with what you have on hand or what you can afford to buy.
I had a 2 X 4 bench for 10 years and recently I built a figured cherry and hard maple bench. Decadent? Yes, but I love it and the wood will last me a life time.
Your work bench will be your most used tool in the shop and it should touch your heart, you should smile each time you see it and every time you use it.
I suppose that you will likely build several benches in your life time, so bite the bullet and build the first one from whatever you have on hand or can afford. Later go crazy and build the dream bench.
I have already bought some 8/4 purpleheart and curly maple for my next iteration of a bench.