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    Default Great Pair of Sawhorses!

    G'day Guys,

    It's been a while so l thought l'd put up another video. Let's face it, we all need a set of sawhorse's but what type do you go for? The sawhorses l build in this video are extremely strong, sturdy, reasonably cheap to build and are a piece of cake to put together for the average DIY'er. Check it out. If anyone else has any great sawhorse designs let us know.

    Here's the link.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4swChFuUeI

    Cheers
    Uncle Knackers

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    Nice horses Knackers. YeeHa

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    Built a set very much like it.
    The plans were called 'the 14 minute saw horse'. I don't know why, it took me all day to make them

    They're currently holding up about two hundred kgs of plywood and MDF. I should build another set that I can actually use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Bob View Post
    Nice horses Knackers. YeeHa
    Cheers Uncle Bob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowyskiesau View Post
    Built a set very much like it.
    The plans were called 'the 14 minute saw horse'. I don't know why, it took me all day to make them

    They're currently holding up about two hundred kgs of plywood and MDF. I should build another set that I can actually use.
    Yeah l think the '14 Minute Saw Horse is a touch optimistic

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    Great horses Knackers!
    I can see how easy they would be to modify - make higher for temp work bench or taller people.
    I like the fact you mentioned the angles, but lost the metric, 25mm, once you started screwing.

    A sacrificial top (even a piece of off cut particle board) would be the only thing I would add for the opps moment with the saw.


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