Video: Build a Roubo Workbench Part 2 – Bench-Top Glue Up & Pre-Flattening

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 I show you the process I use to Laminate the top Slabs and then flatten it using my monster 14″ jointer.

Original Build Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8j8X4dFdvU

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  1. nice video jords as usual…. keep up the good work!!!! looking for new videos and a shop tour…. ehhhh regards from switzerland

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  2. Thanks alot Jord, I am really enjoying watching your shop come together now mate! Anyone can see that there has been a s**t-load of hard work getting you to this point. I look forward to watching all of your future videos. Keep it up. N.

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  3. Love that jointer!

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  4. Man those clamps are sweet I guess I’m going to have to take another mortgage out on my house to get a couple, lol….

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  5. Can’t wait till the next video!

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  6. well that can only be a good thing, Thanks!

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  7. Me too

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  8. Cool stereo on the floor there, should be blasting AC DC on it!

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  9. If you don’t have a planer and joiner, and don’t want to go to all the trouble of gluing all these pieces together, you can buy a glue-lam beam from a contractor lumber yard.

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  10. I am new to woodworking. Why don’t you flip the slab over and use your jointer (again) to flatten the second face? Is there an advantage to using the thickness planer to flatten the second face? Thanks for the help and not laughing too hard at my question!

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  11. I’ve just started training as a cabinet maker and am glad I’ve discovered
    your channel. Clear and concise presentation – excellent. Thanks.

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