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Roll-Around Work Bench Equipped With Lazy Susan
Allyn Boling, Lentner, Mo.: "I used the frame of an old hospital bed to build this roll-around work bench that's equipped with a built-in Lazy Susan. The bench can be easily raised or lowered with a crank to the desired height and is built quite strong. The drawers are made from 1/2-in. plywood with solid walnut facings. The walnut lumber was cut and cured on our farm. It's all dovetail construction.
  "The can holders on top of the bench are made from an old driveshaft chopped into metal rings, with a rod underneath supporting the bottom of the cans. Holds the cans securely when moving the bench. There's even a magazine rack with a zip-up notebook in the knee hole for storing operator's manuals."


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2008 - Volume #32, Issue #6