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Bigger! Make it BIGGER! Great job When my workspace grows up it wants to be a workshop like yours.
Wow! That is one of the coolest builds I have seen. Great use of SNOT (studs not on top) too. Now I get to dig through my collection of bricks to try and build this myself.
Very nice looking Workbench. What does it look like three years later? I have a similar one that became cluttered within 3 months of building it.
This is one incredible work of art and love. I don't know much about CAD but I do know how much time and effort it took to build a human head from Legos. You definitely could have filled the inside with other colors, for some reason pink, yellow, and blue seem appropriate. Again, great instructable.
I built a similar toy box for my son's stuffed animals. I used 1x8 shiplap pine around a frame built of 2x2s. The boards came from a neighbor's remodeling project (with permission) all reclaimed from the scrap pile. This worked out great because allowed for the box to be vented without cutting extra holes. I had to go back and add the cutout on the front so he could see that his animals were still in there when we closed the lid.
Nice looking work bench. I have something similar, but because of a lack of space, I used an inside door frame with the door as my bench. When I need to use the bench I simply turn the doorknob and it opens down to a usable height. I also added legs with hinges that fold up when I close the bench.
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