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Not a bad idea but I haven't had any issues with sliding the wood.
Definitely. Great neighborhood.
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I think you could extent the base and add secondary uprights. Easy peasy.
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The compartment boards were ripped first. I ripped one long sheet to the height I wanted and then mitered the lengths. I set the miter saw where I wanted it to go before I decided on the compartment sizes. The back fence boards were attached with pocket hole screws. I put the straightest 2x4 on the miter saw to line up the fence boards before screwing them down. It was fairly easy to do.
It's a pretty heavy bench. I'd be interested to see how you would do it.
Thanks. I am going to added sliding shelves to the bottom and drawers at the top.
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