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    Default custom workbench

    for those wishing for a nice, custom, ergonomic work station-- this may be your go-to place.

    www.americanworkbench.com

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    Wow ! The "Ben Franklin" for me. These benches are not priced as high as I thought they would be. Maybe someday . Nice website too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speeedy6 View Post
    Wow ! The "Ben Franklin" for me. These benches are not priced as high as I thought they would be. Maybe someday . Nice website too.
    too late for me now. there was a time i would have given some serious thought to this place.

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    I built a massive Beech workbench for the woodshop. Seeing this has got me itching to design a new built in for the shop. Add that project to the "Hang new door in the master bathroom list" If I got a new bench before my wife got a new door I'd be sleeping in my shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Custom View Post
    I built a massive Beech workbench for the woodshop. Seeing this has got me itching to design a new built in for the shop. Add that project to the "Hang new door in the master bathroom list" If I got a new bench before my wife got a new door I'd be sleeping in my shop.
    there's no rule regarding having a cot or bed in ones' workshop.

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