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Offline tom46

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Storage Work Bench Idea
« on: March 15, 2016, 03:44 PM »
HI,

Just thought i'd share my new workbench I made today. Really simple I know but I was struggling for ages in my small work space with no storage.
Got space now for HVLP sprayer a few systainers with extra material storage on the other side

Put on 155mm heavy duty lockable castors it's really easy to move around when not in use.

Would certainly use a stronger ply then construction ply next time though.

Thanks for looking.

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Offline tom46

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Re: Storage Work Bench Idea
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2016, 05:23 PM »
Aww now thats a good idea.

Thanks for that.

Offline ben12345

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Re: Storage Work Bench Idea
« Reply #3 on: May 12, 2016, 06:56 PM »
Hi Tom,

I know this thread is a couple month old, so hope you will still read it.

I am working on a similar build for my personal garage workshop, and wondered if you could give me some pointers before I proceed.  Just a couple of things.

1.  What wooder battern size did you use as the frame? (i.e. 4x2)? 
2.  What thickness was the MDF?  -  I want it to be pretty robust, but not heavy to more around.
3.  I see that you used 155mm Castors.  Were they rubber or nylon?  Where did you get them from?  Ive been searching and closest i can find is a this tool cart wheel

Sorry for the fairly basic questions, but I guess it took you a good few days to build and I want to make sure I am doing it right.

Best regards