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Rick Dennington

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#1 posted 12-07-2011 05:05 PM

Ok….so now we’ve moved on to assembly tables, huh? Ok, I’ll show-n-tell… I built this assembly table about 2 years ago to handle the “big projects” that I do. It is 48” wide x 96” long. It is 3/4” Birch ply, and has a torsion box top. Stands about 30” high (a little higher than I wanted, plus the casters), but the nice thing is: when I unload ply out of the truck, it’s as high as the tailgate, so it’s easy to just slide the ply right onto the table, and keep it flat until a store it in my plywood bin….actually I have 2 assembly tables: the big one, and a small one…..the smaller one is about 18” high, 32” wide, and 70” long. ..it’s for the “smaller” projects when the big one is too big and tall…....here they are:.......

The small oner I built about 8 years ago, and has a solid-core door for the top, and beefed up to keep it from sagging…so far…so good…..

-- " I started with nothing, and I've still got most of it left".......


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