A carcass saw to start the cut on the sliding dovetail tenons. On Andre Roubo's bench, these were chopped from a single slab of hardwood, but I have the luxury of having laminated two tenons in place by simply shortening the middle layer before glue-up.
The final cuts; some are a bit rugged, but they'll be on the glued inside of a workbench joint. The reason for the dovetail on the outside face of each leg is so it doesn't have a tendancy to peel away from the benchtop; the genius of these legs lies in their face surfaces being flush with the benchtop's sides. This increases the bench's clamping potential for large workpieces significantly over that of a benchtop that extends over the legs.
The next layer: this one's shorter, as you can see! I plan on drilling holes for holdfasts in this layer; its shorter (3" deep) to allow my holdfasts more clearance.