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Work Benches

Post by GeoSpectrum » Thu 27 May, 2021 7:03 am

I found this on my internet travels. It may be of use to someone looking for workbenches.

https://arborgardensolutions.co.uk/mdf- ... fNHkXyIbA8
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Re: Work Benches

Post by Not your average framer » Thu 27 May, 2021 7:20 am

That's a lot of bench for the money! Well worth checking out the video as well. I started building a new bench earlier in the year and it did not get it completed at the time, it will be completed, but I need to build it out in the back yard and it's keeps raining and I need a dry day to get on with it. Having seen this bench, I think I might slightly adapt my design to add some of those small bench end shelves. Really nice benches I think.
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Re: Work Benches

Post by Richard Photofusion » Thu 27 May, 2021 3:53 pm

Given the increasing price of sheet materials, not a bad price.

For an 8x4, I'd want centre legs, and a lot more more support under the top, to keep it flat, but I reckon it should be adequate at smaller sizes.

Also like those end shelves

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