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  1. #1
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    Default New workbench for a customer

    Thought you folks might be interested in a project we are working on for a customer. A new shop workbench that I wish was staying here.Dimensions are 10 ft.long,36" high. Used 99ft. of 1-1/2" sq. tube. Put 6" X 1/2" plate on either end on front corners to mount vise after top is installed. Top is 10 guage sheet. 30" from front to back. Remainder of 10 guage used as a short back on second shelf to keep things from falling off. Second shelf & ends are 14 guage.
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    Cool

    Nice...Bob
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    Very nice. Do you know what kind of work it's going to be used for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Olsen View Post
    Very nice. Do you know what kind of work it's going to be used for?
    Jack what are you doing outside of garage journal?

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    Hey, wherever there's a workbench -- that's where you'll find me.

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    I want one! No make that 2. I need an extra with a drop in slot to put the cutoff saw.
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    Very nice work. Just curious, what did you charge the customer for the finished bench. I'm recently independent and trying to get a handle on pricing.
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    Wesley
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    Default Job well done!

    Job well done!
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    Thanks Bob. Liked your boring bar you made on the other site. Good work as well.
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    180 Synchrowave
    R - 45 Milling Machine
    Kingston 1100 Lathe
    Miller 2050 Plasma Cutter

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    The bench is a workbench for a customers new shop. He will be using to do farm machinery repairs.
    Last edited by metal-doctor; 01-27-2010 at 07:20 PM.
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