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Cascaded workbenches to save space. Taller workbench serves as an out feed table. All casters are locking and they both move pretty easy together. Having 2 different height workbenches will be nice for different projects.
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#1 posted 02-09-2012 08:54 AM
Nice work, very functional never enough work bench area!
-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"
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#2 posted 02-09-2012 11:05 AM
This is a great idea Loren. a real space saver. I hope you don’t mind me saying that I think it could be even better if there was some way to to make both tables the same height when you wanted to get a a really big work surface for glue-ups and such.
-- Mike, an American living in Norway.
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#3 posted 02-09-2012 11:30 AM
Really nice work & nice idea,I agree with Mikes suggestion, if I can think of a simple way to accomplish that I will let you know.
-- Martin ....always count the number of fingers you have before, and after using the saw.
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#4 posted 02-09-2012 01:08 PM
Great job, great idea!!
-- Jack, Albuquerque
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#5 posted 02-09-2012 02:33 PM
Great idea and execution…I am considering the same sort of set up for my shop…a re-purposed 2car garage. What about sleeving the legs with pins on the smaller table to lift it to the same height as the outer table? thoughts guys?
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#6 posted 02-09-2012 03:33 PM
Mobile tables, awesome. Good job.
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#7 posted 02-09-2012 03:58 PM
Good work cool idea.
-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture
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#8 posted 02-09-2012 03:59 PM
i love this too…also have 2 car garage that doubles as workspace…desperately needed this idea…thanks for posting…I like Stefang’s idea but I’m going to apply it to the upper table as it will not have a loaded down shelf and be much lighter to manipulate.
#9 posted 02-09-2012 04:14 PM
I like the idea of getting them level. I think sleeving the legs is a good idea. I will probably do that on the smaller workbench above the shelf. That workbench is going to be lighter, and has the support under the center of it if I would ever want to install a lift to handle raising and lowering.
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#10 posted 02-09-2012 04:48 PM
You are a clever fella. That’s a great idea for someone who needs space like I do. :)
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#11 posted 02-09-2012 08:23 PM
You could build a riser box for the smaller one that would have an an incline with a plateau at each corner to make up the height difference. I was thinking about the ramps for your car up so that you can more easily get under to change the oil. http://www.amazon.com/Petersen-Tru-Cut-Ultra-Ramps-6500-lb/dp/B0065O76CA/ref=sr_1_22?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1328818945&sr=1-22
Just make four of those out of wood and then attach them to a rectangluar support that matches the footprint of the smaller bench.
-- A bad craftsmen blames his cheap #$%ing tools
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#12 posted 02-11-2012 05:13 PM
Brilliant Idea. Sets of stools are quite common. but this idea of workbenches rolling into one another is “out of box” idea.
-- ALPHA-ZEE CREATIONS
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