Multi-Function Workbench Improvements

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Suso
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Re: Multi-Function Workbench Improvements

Post by Suso » Sat Mar 21, 2020 12:36 pm

Finger joint beech boards are very sensitive to humidity, especially beech wood, and especially across the width of the board, where more pieces of wood are in contact with each other.

For that reason, I advise those who use this type of boards to leave clearance in the holes of the rear screws, those on the side of the doors, and not to overtighten those screws to allow that slight movement of the wood. Otherwise, the board can become deformed by not having space to move. After a few months, the board stabilizes.

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Finally, I have also installed an old axial fan for when I'll be using the vacuum cleaner for a long time. It will allow me to extract the hot air from the vacuum cabinet, since it was quite hot when used for hours. I've also installed two switches, one for the fan and one for the vacuum itself.

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Suso
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Multi-Function Workbench Improvements

Post by Suso » Fri Apr 17, 2020 4:01 pm

Workbench improvements!
Today I've installed a couple of T- tracks on the front side. This will allow me to fasten pieces more comfortably:

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I have also installed two more wheels, one in the center of each frame. It will only be necessary if you are going to load it with a lot of weight.

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PiedadKaster
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Re: Multi-Function Workbench Improvements

Post by PiedadKaster » Fri Oct 09, 2020 10:37 am

This is good.

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