My 3-Legged Sawhorse Design is Featured in Fine Homebuilding Magazine


I have created a new work horse for the worksite or shop. The three-legged design means they are at home on uneven terrain. They are heavy duty and versatile, thanks to a series of holes and slots bored in them for adjustable height fixtures, and for hanging tools out of the way, but in easy reach. They are also inexpensive to make (one sheet of 3/4" plywood per horse). The magazine issue with a two page article on them was made available on newsstands this week (the October 2013 issue). http://www.finehomebuilding.com/how-to/articles/three-legged-sawhorses.aspx
More information can be found at: http://www.basswoodmodular.com/

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