M. Warkaskw's Hobby Center
The bench has two work surfaces - one at stand-up height, one at sitting height (the high-low stool lets you sit at either one).
The top lid of the bench closes level to make a large work surface. Or flip down the hinged endpieces, and the lid slopes forward to make a drafting board for designing new projects. Open the lid and there's a low-level bench top at chair height.
A huge drawer right under the center of the bench makes a handy trash bin. Line it with sheet metal to make it easy to clean out. You pull the drawer out and clear the work surface with a quick sweep of a brush. Mount your vise over the drawer and most waste will drop into it.
Mortises in the front of the bench top are for bench pins. Plug in a bench pin to get a handy surface for working with small parts. The jeweler's apron slides out below the trash drawer. This is a shallow drawer with a canvas bottom. You pull it out when working with small parts like those used in model making. If a little screw is dropped, its caught in the apron. You don't have to get down on your hands and knees and search the floor. (more->Click Next below)
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