Finished Product. Needed some storage for gardening supplies and tools inside my newly built pole shed. Had some free sycamore lumber, so I got a little fancy and built a cabinet/ potting bench and some tool storage.
~12' rough sawn Sycamore we've had in a barn for a long time.
Chopping into 6' lengths for easier handling.
All of the thinner stock.
The old Belsaw 905. My gr-grandfather ran it with a tractor back in the day. I restored it several years ago. Runs like a champ with a 5 hp electric motor now.
A little lube.
Took a few passes to get everything evened up and straightened out.
Ripping all of the components.
Laying out the wall panels before tongue and grooving them. My next project is some better work surfaces in my workshop/garage.
Doors were half lapped at the corners with a floating middle "panel".
Door all clamped up.
Simple drawers with a plywood bottom.
Assembly in the shed.
Used some ~1.5" stock for the bench top.
Drawer detail. The sycamore had some neat spalting and grain detail it eventually got a couple coats of boiled linseed oil.
Inside the cabinet.
Tool wall storage.
Movable hanger detail.
Shown inside the shed.
This year's garden a few months back.