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Project by Rajofo posted 174 days ago 973 views 3 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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I needed a sturdy but mobile workbench and this fit the bill. Going strong 1.5 years later.





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Chad

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#1 posted 174 days ago

Great Bench. whats the paper?

-- Chad, Fort Mcmurray, Isle Aux Morts

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Rajofo

10 posts in 174 days


#2 posted 174 days ago

Rosin paper, helps protect from thinner, paint, etc

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#3 posted 174 days ago

Nice work,,,,, I use that paper all the time as well…..

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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#4 posted 170 days ago

put a coat of polyurethane on the top and glue will just pop off if you decide to get away from the paper. Where did you get your casters for your bench at? And if I may ask what siize are they and the pound rating of them. Reason i ask is I am fixing to make the wife a mobile island for the kitchen and all I am finding in 3 inch are 150 pound rating casters. Island is going to be 5 foot long by 24 inch wide with a 30 to 36 inch butcher block top on it. Not sure the casters will carry the weight.

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Rajofo

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#5 posted 166 days ago

Sorry for the delayed reply. The casters are by Steelex, 3 in, rated for 150 lb each.

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