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#1 posted 10-18-2010 04:20 PM
Nice job … is the top 2 pieces of plywood covered by hardboard?
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#2 posted 10-18-2010 04:36 PM
The top of the table is two 3/4 inch MDF panels covered with 1/4 inch hardboard. The drilled post is a double thickness 3/4 in plywood with a hard wood cleat that slides on a poplar runner so I can support almost any length of boar for processing.on the rear corner is a power strip so I can use power tools at the bench without having extention cords all over. It has 4 in locking/swiveling wheels so I can manuver it anywhere. The entire table is finished in Tung oil finish ( had some left over that was getting too old)There are holes cut in the top in line with the vise for bench dogs or Rockler bench cookie risers
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