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Old 06-20-2011, 10:42 PM   #1
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Default 'Nother project - workbench

Tired of not having anywhere to work on stuff at my house so i'm gonna build a 6' wide by 22" deep workbench.


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Old 06-21-2011, 02:47 AM   #2
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Before is the gray stuff...


How i cut all the wood...... *tim allen laugh*


About 80% done....



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Never can have too much work space....... I built one and put big casters on it so I could wheel it out of my garage into the driveway with all my tools on a lower shelf. I was being stupid and tried to move it with the caster lock on and broke the wheel.....have not replaced it yet.

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Sweet...I love virgin workbenches! Now go build something!

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Old 06-21-2011, 12:49 PM   #5
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I'm gonna attach a 2x12 to the back and the screw it to those 3 flat boards on the wall and run a 20 amp circuit out there. Also need to build the lower shelf. Then i'll be building things.

Already have a project in mind...

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Let me guess......

A barber's chair?

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Oh you're so funny!

Almost finished...



Just need to run a wire for a light switch and an outlet for the light overhead.

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You really would get a chuckle if you ever saw me.

I need a workshop to build a bench in. Especially considering all of the crap that I do.

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Did you build that fence rail around the deck with that same saw. NICE.



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