Heavy Duty Workbench Plans - Workshop Solutions Projects, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

Heavy Duty Workbench Plans - Workshop Solutions Projects, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

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Heavy Duty Workbench Plans | MyOutdoorPlans | Free Woodworking Plans and Projects, DIY Shed, Wooden Playhouse, Pergola, Bbq

Heavy Duty Workbench Plans | MyOutdoorPlans | Free Woodworking Plans and Projects, DIY Shed, Wooden Playhouse, Pergola, Bbq

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Folding Wall-Mounted Workbench by Bench Solution saves valuable floor space, provides a heavy-duty work surface with a 400-pound load rating, folds down to take up less than 4 inches of garage space, and can be customized for your height. (Vehicle might still have to be parked outside while the project is in process). Posted by Chad Gookin 2012-10-23).

Folding Wall-Mounted Workbench by Bench Solution saves valuable floor space, provides a heavy-duty work surface with a 400-pound load rating, folds down to take up less than 4 inches of garage space, and can be customized for your height. (Vehicle might still have to be parked outside while the project is in process). Posted by Chad Gookin 2012-10-23).

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Heavy Duty Workbench Plans - Workshop Solutions Projects, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

Heavy Duty Workbench Plans - Workshop Solutions Projects, Tips and Tricks | WoodArchivist.com

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#2381 Heavy Duty Workbench Plans - Workshop Solutions

#2381 Heavy Duty Workbench Plans - Workshop Solutions

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We constructed the shelf in a very similar fashion using Simpson ties at all four corners. We flipped the table upside-down to slide the ties on, and then positioned them 7″ up the leg. The location is flexible, but they all should be kept consistent. One difference between the lower shelf and upper shelf is that we didn’t use the iron or the extra support member on the lower shelf. This shelf will be plenty strong, and we weren’t concerned with a little bit of deflection here.

We constructed the shelf in a very similar fashion using Simpson ties at all four corners. We flipped the table upside-down to slide the ties on, and then positioned them 7″ up the leg. The location is flexible, but they all should be kept consistent. One difference between the lower shelf and upper shelf is that we didn’t use the iron or the extra support member on the lower shelf. This shelf will be plenty strong, and we weren’t concerned with a little bit of deflection here.

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This is reportedly the best tail vise available for heavy duty workbenches...if only I could be lucky enough to get one.

This is reportedly the best tail vise available for heavy duty workbenches...if only I could be lucky enough to get one.

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