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A few weeks ago I got tired of being hunched behind a desk all day. I was already surrounded by all kinds of alternative desks, so I decided ...
Before you can build a standing workbench, the laws of physics dictate that you must first un-occupy the space that you wish to occupy. Put it on Criagslist ...
You will need: (x2) 48" x 36" x 3/4 plywood board (x1) Set of adjustable bench legs (x4) Locking casters with threaded rods (x1) Miniwax Water-based Polycrylic (x1) ...
Lay the boards, one atop the other, on the ground. Measure 3.5" in from the edge and place the table leg upside down. When you are sure it ...
Remove the bench legs and drill pilot holes for your wood screws in the center of each marking. Be careful not to drill all the way through both ...
Put the bench legs back in place and fasten them tightly to the boards using wood screws and washers (as pictured). If you don't plan on adding shelves ...
Attach the casters to the bottom of the table posts by simply threading them in place. Adjust the height of the table so that it is right for ...
Sand the workbench to get rid of any rough edges before sealing it. Brush it off when you are done.
Wheel the workbench into a well-ventilated space. Stir your finish and apply a thin coat in one direction (either horizontal or vertical). Wait for it to dry. Once ...
When you are done, you can add shelves to the underside of the workbench so that you have some extra storage. I didn't bother to finish the shelves ...
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