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  1. #1
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    Small Bench

    This small bench is 41" high. The Maple top is 22 x 24. The cast iron pedestal is from an antique table saw. It has a plywood base to protect the vinyl floor. It saves my back a great deal of strain. I use it for layout and close joinery. The magnifying light gets used for splinters and surface examination when polishing Ebony pegs and when examining sharpened edges.
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    Everyone should have one.

    The offcuts rack is organized by type of wood. It tells me when to thin the supply.
    Last edited by Tom Bender; 03-14-2019 at 6:33 PM.

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    That's a great solution, especially for a shop that doesn't have an adjustable height workbench setup. Working standing can be a good thing for may operations.
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    That is awesome. I like it.
    Regards,

    Kris

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