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Old 05-02-2012, 04:33 PM   #1
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Setting up the bench, I made mine 6 feet long 40 inches high to avoid slouching fatigue and 30 inches deep so I have plenty of surface area
Great for rifle work tools and small machinery

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Old 05-02-2012, 04:37 PM   #2
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nice setup



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c:\Users\user\Desktop\IMG_0775 heres a shot of my work area with my bike and jeep its a little cluttered

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Your bench is pretty. I have three benches in my small shop(though the lathe takes up most of one). Organization is everything in a small shop. I bought kitchen countertops when I built these benches(easy to clean).

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yours looks good i should get a closershot the bench in my pic is to the far right.

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Your bench is pretty. I have three benches in my small shop(though the lathe takes up most of one). Organization is everything in a small shop. I bought kitchen countertops when I built these benches(easy to clean).
Absolutely methodical organization is everything
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I working on my new bench now. My work room for my guns is a small room in my shop where I work on car stuff. Thanks for the ideas.



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