|Project by njcraftsman||posted 12-09-2009 03:28 AM||4066 views||27 times favorited||15 comments|
Although I usually prefer to draw up my own plans, this was one of those ideas to good to pass up.
I got the plans from wood magazine. Not only can I have instant acess to my planer and sander, but when
I’m not using them the top makes a great assembly surface. It’s constructed from 23/32 poplar ply, 3/4
MDF ( I usually detest working with MDF, because the dust gets EVERYWHERE), and red oak. Rolls around on 4” double locking casters, good thing too this thing probably weighs as much as my tractor. The top is laminated MDF (to 1-1/2 “), and has proven good and tough. Well….how’d I do??
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