Josh Finn’s workbench is a model of versatility. It features two long, narrow torsion-box beams with Homasote tops and melamine bottoms. The beams rest on two wide bases that have a sawhorse-type design. You can build this inexpensive bench in less than a day. It can accommodate any task that can be done on a traditional bench, can be set up on different configurations for any job, and can be broken down and stored out of the way. The Homasote and melamine offer interchangeable work surfaces that are great for sanding, finishing, and mounting benchtop machines. From Fine Woodworking #202
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