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A small portable workbench that will do miracle!

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<p>That's very nice, and nicely done, but this is just a link to a video, not an Instructible. This should have measurements, plans, commentary, instructions, and photographs of the process. If you remove this video, this plan should still be doable. <br>I would ask a mod to remove this and ask the poster to post a proper Instructible with directions on how I could also make this, otherwise what is the point?</p>
<p>http://www.gunpowderwoodworks.com/blog/2013/3/17/the-milkmans-workbench-build</p>
<p>Just looking at this video, I could make this in any dimension I needed. Its a good video and the instructions are self evident.</p>
<p>I agree with Jim, it is nice but this isn't an instructible, just a look at me and what I did video.</p>
<p>Where or how did you make the thread maker for the dowls. </p>
<p>I did not make the tool, it is a jig sold by the Beall tool compagny</p>
<p>Great, ..........love the Singer too :):)</p>
<p>wow , really nice work!</p>
<p>The instructions are in the June 2013 issue of Popuar Woodworking Magazine.</p><p>It is called a 'Milkmans Workbench' because someone got theirs from a Milkman.</p>
<p>Beautiful. Thank you</p>
<p>Это туалетный столик, только не покрашенный.</p>
<p> 'Bout 2&quot; X 8&quot; X 32&quot; or so . Seeing the process surely does uncomplicate the making of it .</p>
<p>Outstanding craftsmanship and skills. Heck of a nice selection of tools in order to craft the piece, especially the wood thread cutting. I'm a visual kind of guy, so I like it. If I see it, I can make my own without detailed plans, but I agree it would be easier with a planset. And a portable bench that size sure beats paying $7-$800 for a bench with those vises built in!</p>
Where is the video or the instruction, apart from the ads I do not see any video or instruction. The idea is beautiful.
<p>I consider this to be an excellent piece of work, both the workbench and the video. To complain that the video doesn't show photographs of the process is absurd. </p><p>My only regret is that my workshop is not nearly as well equipped as the author's.</p>
<p>I'm complaining that it's not an Instructible unless it has INSTRUCTIONS, which this does not.</p>
<p>I completely agree with Jim... and why would a milkman need a workbench like that anyway?</p>
<p>As we say in Spain, you're an artist!!!! Bravo!!!</p>

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