Had a bunch of 1x4's lying around and decided to make a portable bench/sawhorse.
Blog of the build here
for those that like that sort of thing.
Designed to break down for easy transport, the stretcher attaches to the legs with tusk tenons and the legs are bolted to the top with wooden screws & nuts.
Hand tool build only, feel free to comment/criticise as always.
Gallot Index Score = 7
1. Rough dimensioning of material, to include sawing (rip and cross cuts), thicknessing, jointing and edging
1.5 - (Dropped half a point for starting off with some 1x4's)
2. Panels / Subassemblies
0.5 - Optimistic, but, well, it comes apart.
2 - Tusk tenons, mortise and tenons, wooden bolts, all cut by hand.
4. Final Surfacing(smoothing)
2 - Planes and scrapers
5. Mouldings and Accents
1 - There are hand cut shapes on the legs (dropped a point as they look rough as a badgers arse)
Possible bonus points for
Dimensioning lumber from a bit of trunk using axe, froe & plane.
Use of an infill plane (That's just an instant bonus right, who doesn't like an infill?)
Having to stop and make a new tool partway through the build (Rounding Plane).