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The Shopdog: A High School Woodshop Teacher's Simple, Flexible, Versatile DIY Sawhorse Design - Core77
I love that people are still designing sawhorses. For such a simple, basic item that's been around for centuries, you'd think that by now we'd have settled on a perfect one and stuck with it. But the fact that folks can continue to tweak, innovate and personalize a sawhorse design
A Great Sawhorse | Popular Woodworking Magazine
A Great Sawhorse These sawhorses are sturdy and they fold flat for easy storage. Building them is a snap: joint and plane 2×4 stock to 1 in.; then rip to 3 in.Crosscut at 30 in. for the legs and 18 in. for the stretchers. Use a biscuit joiner and double stack #20 biscuits at each joint.Assemble with a 1-1/2-in. continuous hinge and locking table leg braces.