Relaxing at the " Ridge "

Sunday, August 26, 2018

WORK TABLE

Where Are We Today
The Ridge

Today's Project
This is a short post of today's project, a work table for the shed, which  has a name, just like all the other sheds on the property. But you will have to read Patsy's post,HERE , to find out what it is. After this post, I will use the new name also.

All Framed

The work table is 3 ft. by 8 ft. 35 in. high with a top and middle shelf and casters so it can be moved around in the shed. It will be used to build and repair my airplanes on.


Ready to carry down to the new shed.

In the shed with casters mounted

It took the better part of three hours to build, part of it I did under our car shelter, then Pat help to carry it down to the shed where I mounted the casters and the top and middle shelf.

Top on

Middle shelf on

Complete


That's it for today, thanks for stopping by, until the next time, take care and be safe.


 

12 comments:

  1. Love your new work table In your new shed. Think maybe you will never be home again! Just need a mattress and you will be all set lol...

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    1. That's what Pat's afraid of. there could be some late nights, but eventually I'll come home.

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  2. You'll have to come HOME for meals, unless you set up a conveyor belt. :D Clemson does not operate a delivery service!
    Love the table, dear.

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    1. Thanks Sweetie, I'll be home for sure.

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  3. You'll definitely be ready for any kind of Project now. Patsy's conveyor sounds like a good start.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

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    1. Thanks guys, I pretty sure the conveyor isn't going to happen, that would be another project that I would have to do.

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  4. Great job on the table Bill!! Love the name too, fits perfectly!

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    1. Thanks guys, I'm very pleased with it and the name too.

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  5. That's a great looking solid worktable!

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    1. Thanks Stew, yes it is solid and heavy, great for building on.

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