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I needed to upgrade my garage, from a little old 1 by 1 foot table for some old stereo, that I used for soldering, until I got interested in metal wor...
Make sure you have (a)•circular saw•drill & drill bits•screws
I started my plans on a scrap piece of paper, then made actual measurements and remade my plans on printer paper...
I went to Home Depot for my wood. I measured all the wood and calculated how many 2x4's that I would need, but I lost that paper, so I can't show it.....
Don't over complicate things, just screw the 2x4's in a table like formation, and put lots of screws to make it very sturdy
Like I did, you should take a piece of scrap osb, and put it on where the shelf is, and put a couple of screws to keep it in place.
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Just wanted to say I think the layout is brilliant! I'm far away from making my own (as I am renting a small appartment at the moment), but the idea of a "180 degree" workbench is great no matter what kind of work you do! Will have this in mind the day I make my own for sure!
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