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#1 posted 10-15-2015 10:54 AM

I don’t think a thin layer of concrete will stand up to rolling machines.
It would have to be at least 2” thick, IMO.

I totally agree with Jim re: plywood.

I would definitely use 3/4 and I would check into the tongue and groove ply made for subflooring.
We have a product around here that is a waterproof strand board that is excellent and quite reasonable cost.

Good luck I think it will be a worthwhile investment and make the shop much better to work in.

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