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the WORKBENCH

By: Andrew 08/14/2019

We need workbenches to do work. It holds our tools, junk and you need something to beat on that will not break! I'm not one to go pick up a $100 workbench at a big box and hope it works so I went out to build one. It, like my shop is of sturdy construction. 4x4's and 2x4's with 3/4" plywood. Screwed together. I made cutouts for 2 surge protectors to sit 'flush' within the bench. My dad is a skilled man. He's a sheet metal fabricator and welder and he offered to make a really nice galvanized top to fit perfectly over the top. The casters are super strong, greasable, 360* movement. I plan on buying a retractable extension cord reel and reversing the plugs so I can keep power to my grinder/surge protectors wherever the workbench is needed. The grinder is a Eastwood 1/2hp Grinder/Sander and does an alright job. What's next? eh; i thought about staining/sealing it but hey.. its just a workbench.


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