Anyone know where I could find plans for a workbench? It would help a LOT if
I had some plans rather than trying to rely on my poor (nonexistent)
>Or use 3" drywall screws, with the square drive head. That way you take
>it apart and move it when you move. If you spend the time to make it
>just the right height, and install the vise in just the right place, why
>give it up.
>One the otherhand, mine is topped with 2x10's. Which at this time are
>black from MGB upchuck, so I'll srub her down soon, paint with an oil
>pabed primer, the a coat of paint, adn get back to work.
>With this in mind, if I spent 100-200 on a store bought bench, I'd be
>sick about scratching it, or getting it greasy.
>Make your own, It's will be sturdier, fit to spot just right, and if all
>else fils, it make a great bar for when the guys are over!
>Charley & Peggy Robinson wrote:
>> Make one out of 4X4s and 6X6s. Otherwise, it won't be sturdy enuff to
>> mount a decent sized vise onto. Leave it there when you leave. Lumber
>> and nails are cheap.