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The Ultimate Workbench

ndboarder

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I made my own workbenches a few years ago. They were not easy to tear down, doing so required removing a LOT of screws. One was simply a flat top with a lower shelf, and the second was similar, except I lowered a portion of the top for my miter saw to sit in. The saw sits so that it is flush with the tops. The intent was that the standard one could be moved to either side of the saw. They were however constructed of 4x4 and 3/4 plywood, so they didn't move around to easily. I was going to put them on heavy duty casters of some form, but after the move the one for the saw got tore down and left apart.
 
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