Today, on Workshop Edits, I’m upgrading my workshop in a massive way by building a massive 10′ x 2′ workbench with four massive drawers underneath and a second shelf to sit all of my power tools on. This build is simple and can be done in a single afternoon and has changed the functionality and aesthetics of shop long term.
I also used some BEAUTIFUL walnut veneered plywood left over from a project from Purebond to make some false drawer fronts. Purebond is a no-added formaldehyde product sourced and manufactured in North America and is the highest quality plywood material I have ever worked with.
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(It’s really amazing stuff!)
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2 x 4′ x 8′ x 3/4″ Sanded Plywood
2 x 10′ x 4″ x 4″
6 x 2′ x 4′ 10′
1 x 5mm x 4′ x 4′ plywood
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Zach aka TheCuttingBored