Registrado : 26/12/2016
Mensajes : 2
Emitido : 29/04/2017 16:10:53 "Citar"
hi everyone! I have just one question, is it possible to buid the portable workshop with melamine panel 19mm water repellent. Is it enough strong? is it durable? can you advice me? thank you
Registrado : 22/10/2015
Mensajes : 586
Emitido : 01/05/2017 16:36:15 "Citar"
hi Mathieu, you can use that type of board if you are living in a dry place and you want to save money, but it will be more resistant if you use hard plywood. You could also use water repellent Mdf board.
Registrado : 15/03/2017
Mensajes : 7
Emitido : 16/05/2017 16:07:05 "Citar"
I have the same question. I live in a damp place (UK, my workshop is in the garage). Do you think this will give sufficient stability and precision as a workspace surface?
Emitido : 16/05/2017 16:31:04 "Citar"
Hi Suso! thank you for you answer! I live in guadeloupe in French carribean island. I will try with melamine wood. I found free panels.How much time did it take to you to build this workshop?
Emitido : 16/05/2017 21:38:35 "Citar"
Emitido : 16/05/2017 21:43:30 "Citar"
Emitido : 16/05/2017 23:59:03 "Citar"
Emitido : 17/05/2017 18:21:49 "Citar"
hi, If you are going to use that board you will only need to varnish the lids to get a better sliding surface. Anyway try to keep the table saw in a dry place...