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Work Rack/Clamp rack

comments (2) October 24th, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

TeaElle TeaElle, member
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This is our latest product. Pictured are multiple Work Racks with accessory units. There are quick connectors. Side shelves and table units also connect work racks giving you mobile work stations. Great for storage and display. Please give us your input.

Thanks,Tea & Elle

Design or Plan used: My own design - Tea & Elle Woodworks

posted in: Reader's Gallery, table, WorkBench, desk, plywood, shelf

Comments (2)

TeaElle TeaElle writes: Hi,
Those are very valid points. We use these units in our shop. We only deal with commercial customers and they have purchased these racks for use in their shops.

Work Rack Standard Grade is made of imported birch plywood. Casters rated for 125 lbs. each Shipping size 72” x 42” x 32.5” weight 98 lbs

Exterior grade Baltic Birch Plywood. For use outdoors even exterior grade wood must be top coated. Casters rated for 200 lbs. each. Shipping size 79” x 42” x 32.5” Weight 115lbs

We also sell a pared down version of the Work Rack designed to use as a mobile work surface. We call it a Job Rack. Two Job Racks can be combined with the Large Work Area to form a secure surface for a Chop Saw. Comes with adjustable height out-feed table support for many different chop saws.

Thanks for your interest
Tea & Elle Woodworks
Posted: 11:49 am on February 1st

acrocha12 acrocha12 writes: need to have someone stand next to the work surfaces, I don't get a good idea of how big or small they are. what are the dimensions? what are they made of exactly, looks as though they are standard 1/4 ply, if so probably not very strong and very unlikely to take the kind of use/abuse of your everyday woodworker...what do you use them for? So there's a nice clamp rack on wheels, we've seen lots of different plans for making those...what makes yours so special? Sorry to sound so negative, but since no one else has left any comments for you I get the feeling these are the "issues" the average person might see right off the bat.

Good luck,
Posted: 10:56 pm on December 4th

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