Video: Build a Roubo Workbench Part 10 – The final assembly

In this video series I show you how to make a solid Roubo workbench on a budget using readily available timber and hardware.

In this video we finish the assembly.

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23 Comments

  1. ’30 million people’ is the songs name 🙂

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  2. awesome mate

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  3. Looks great can’t wait to start my!!!

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  4. Bought the plans and I am looking forward to building this after Christmas!

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  5. It’s really coming together, great job!

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  6. #Pegadinha #Siiiiim

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  7. Jord,

    I really liked the addition of the wheels to your vise. Looks very professional! Great Work!

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    • Thanks Jerry

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  8. While the rollerblade wheels aren’t exactly tradtional, It looks like it makes the vise work really smoothly. I like it!

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  9. dear jord can not find the blog where you did the holes on the top of the work bench anywhere. it is a great bench by the way

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  10. I see you do a lot of lifting by your self I would suggest buying a engine hoist they are around 99$ at harbor freight or whatever your equivalent and it relay saves the back

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  11. Do u have to take wood movement into consideration when u attach the top to the legs. Although pine is a softwood it still moves with season change doesn’it??

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  12. Would wooden wheels work? I was thinking using a hole saw since it would drill the center hole at the same time make the circle cut.

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  13. is there a particular reason you chose not to put both wheels on the inside of the bench so they’re less visible? Then it would be like the guide bearings on a band saw, for instance.As a concept I really like it.. the guide rail without any kind of guidance always looks a bit loose and dodgy

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  14. Muy buen trabajo…limpio y muy exacto. Te felicito

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  15. Good day! Have you heard the talk about the Tarkhavo planned woodworking course (I think you can google it)? Ive heard some pretty decent rumors about it. My brothers friend made some pretty decent looking modern furniture with it.

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  16. Great video. Good description.

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  17. very good … but too much talk !!!

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  18. Have you had any expansion and contraction issues in the top? I would think
    you would only want one lag screw per leg into the underside of the
    workbench top

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  19. Jords, with those lag bolts holding the bench to the frame, did you tap a
    thread in to the bench for them? (Same question for the bolts attaching
    the tail assembly to the bench.) Cheers.

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  20. Parabéns. Muito boa explicação e montagem. Apesar de muitos detalhes, todos
    foram sanados.

    Congratulations. Very good explanation and construction. although many
    details have all been resolved.

    Mario Sanches _ Brasil

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