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#1 posted 11-30-2018 10:21 AM

I built my workbench 1/2” lower than my table saw table height, so I would not have to cut out the slots for the miter track. I bought a 4×8 sheet of premium MDF. Cut it in half. one for a table top & the other for a lower shelf. Set the top on the floor & built my table frame with 2×4’s, and added some 2×4 cross runners. this helped insure the frame was flush with the top. then flipped it over and screwed the table top to the frame. Flip it over again and attached the 4×4 legs to the frame with screws. set the middle shelf in place, then built the frame with 2×4’s under the shelf, insuring the frame under the shelf is flush with the shelf. Flip it over back onto the legs, added the vises and done. My intentions was to store 3’ thru 4’ boards on the shelf, and build carts like a automotive creeper to hold boards under the shelf area, just roll out the cart and you have access to those smaller boards or scraps.

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