A cabinetmaker's workbench is more than merely a table.  The workbench provides a solid and stable, flat surface on which to work.  Additionally, a workbench incorporates means to secure the work to the table, such as vises and "iron dogs".


Image of The Cabinetmaker from Jan Amos Komenský's 'Orbis Pictus', 1658 The woodshop itself can be considered a cabinetmaker's tool.  The woodshop is a dedicated space for woodworking, with the necessary light and space for the cabinetmaker to work, shelter from the elements for the raw materials, and storage for the craftsperson's tools to keep... Continue Reading →

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