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In this series, Paul will be showing you how to make a Moving Workshop Table. Paul delivers a perfect project that will help support you in your everyday work in your workshop. The main super structure of this bench is built in Pine and has a laminated Plywood worktop. The addition of using Plywood creates a robust and sturdy base for those tough jobs. The joinery within this project is the most widely used joint in the world – the perennial Mortise and Tenon joint. The frame consists of, not only stopped mortise and tenon joints, but haunched mortise and tenon joints as well. These joints give the table that added strength and integrity that won’t combust under pressure. This project is a perfect start for those who are looking to get into Table making. With this design you can move on to creating your own wide range of tables such as dining tables or even kitchen tables!
If you have a hunch you’ll need help with your haunches, head over to Common Woodworking and take a look at our easy to follow guide on Haunched Mortise and Tenon joints (https://commonwoodworking.com/courses/joint-variation-haunched-mortise-and-tenon/).
You’ll also find advice on how to glue up table top laminations, which will help if you are new to the process (https://commonwoodworking.com/gluing-up-a-table-top-boards/).