Constructing the ULTIMATE Energy Device Workbench

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That is an outline video of the whole 9 half collection I filmed whereas constructing this bench. If you wish to see each step in additional element, you may view that collection right here:


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My title is Matt Estlea, I am a 23 12 months outdated Woodworker from Basingstoke in England and my intention is to make your woodworking much less s***.

I come from 5 years tuition at Rycotewood Furnishings Centre and four years expertise working at Axminster Instruments and Equipment the place I nonetheless at the moment work on weekends. In the course of the week, I movie woodworking tasks, tutorials, evaluations and a viewer favorite ‘Device Duel’ the place I examine two aggressive producers instruments in opposition to each other to search out out which is greatest.

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Matt Estlea says:

If you want to know more about the workbench, you can watch this video:

I do a walk around tour of the entire thing detailing its features, what I’d change, and what I have planned for it.

Allan Williams says:

Nice work Matt. Liking the music in the video too. Seems to add something to your efforts…. Keep up the good work. 👍🏻

Mark Harris says:

This video must have been great fun to put together, it was certainly great fun to watch after following the journey.

Ross Fiori says:

What’s the metal working lather and other item for Matt? U thinking of a change in material ?


Turned out really good Matt🤟🏻💪🏻

Godfrey Glyn says:

Matt it's been a great set of videos and I have learnt a lot from it. The ultimate workbench is a thing of beauty and despite my initial doubts about your choice of board it has worked really well. My only concern is that as the top gets cut by the saw it will begin to look a mess and as and when you need to replace the top it will require a major rebuild. Do you have a cunning plan for that eventuality? Great to see all the additional videos but sad that I will no longer be able to see you in the Axminster store in Basingstoke. All the very best, Godfrey

Márk Bikali says:

SO! HIGH! QUALITY! up to the million sub with ya Matt

Small Workshop Guy says:

Great video and build, Matt – just think of all the terrific things you are going to create on it for many years to come. Eventually the four months it took you will be a source of pride!

John Lewis says:

Great show – but useless for guidance.

Geeks Wood Shop says:

Great edit on this one Matt, lots of fun to watch. Nice solid build.

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manuel clm 23 says:

It looks “vergas” cheers from Mexico

RP Woodworks says:

One word. SWEET.
Do you have an alternative joinery method for people who don’t have a domino. Maybe a pocket hole jig or something.

Guru Tiki says:

Who on earth dislikes this video? Wtf. It's amazing! Great work Matt!

Jeff Forbes says:

Great series and result. Thanks.

Jeremy Chapman says:

You're almost at 100K… You need some celebratory thing.

wayne morrison says:

So mush effort and I wonder about great dove tails and so much worry about the woods looks , but then you use OSB (chip board ) ?

AlBorland3877 says:

Hey Matt. Just saw, you're close to 100k subs. Any ideas for celebration yet? ^^

Jeremy Moskaluk says:

Nice work Matt! It looks great when finished. So much storage. I think it really is the Ultimate workbench.

Lee Manson says:

Nices work on your new bench. I wish I could do something like that. Look forward to see your next video.

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