13 Jul. 1992|
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This how-to project will take you through the steps to building a utilitarian workshop item (the sawhorse) and give it some bling.
It’s part workbench, part scaffold, and now and again functions nicely as a place to rest your weary frame. The sawhorse can be put together with sheetrock screws or nails, though I favor ringed siding nails for extra strength.
I know one carpenter who swears he is a better problem-solver when he puts his butt down on a sawhorse and scratches his head.
Two-by-four stock will do, too, though the wider lumber will result in a sawhorse that’s easier to use because of its greater surface area. Tack them in place with finishing nails first, to be sure the sawhorse sits square; stand the horse upright and inspect it before you bury the nails.