What follows is a detailed photo description of the Building of the my 18th Century Roubo Bench.  If you do not want to read the entire post simply skip to the finished bench – the blog of this build can be read here

1- Wood Selection

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5 - Leg Vice

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9 - Deadman Peg

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13 - Deeper Leg Mortise

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17 - End Cap

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21 - Chamfers all Round

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25 - The Finished Bench

2 - Base Construction

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6 - Parallel Roller Brackets

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10 - Dog Hole Strip

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14 - Back Slab

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18 - The wagon Vise

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22 - Gap Stop

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3 - Pine Shelf

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7 - Glide Parallel Pin

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11 - Laminating The Top

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15 - Back Slab Part 2

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19 - Back Slab Mortises

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23 - Plane Stop

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4 - Parallel Guide

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8 - Sliding Dead Man

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12 - Leg Dog hole

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16 - Endcap assembly

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20 - Swiss Cheese

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24 - The Wood Finish

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