28 Jan. 2013|
Stackable wooden sawhorse plans,classic bookshelf designs,used woodworking machines - For Begninners
Building this sawhorse requires materials that you can easily find on most job sites or in your home workshop.
This how-to project will take you through the steps to building a utilitarian workshop item (the sawhorse) and give it some bling. Sign up for the ToolCrib newsletter and get great woodworking resources like this in your inbox! I didn’t know which category to put these sawhorses in, but I knew I needed to include them.
I really like the sawhorses in the three pictures that Richard said he found at an old nursery job. These sawhorses are straight ahead, no nonsense sawhorses that you will have for the next 25 years. These sawhorses will politely fold up or stack up and get out of the way when they’re not in use. Basically it is a variant of the knock-down sawhorse you have on your site, except the cleats are set at an angle so that you get the additional stability of the two-way bracing effect.
I found a great thread over at woodnet (show me your saw horses) that got me hunting down all the sawhorses I could find.