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Thu Nov 4 13:18:54 EDT 2010
Old doors work well, or a sheet of melamine. I accidentally* discovered
that thin sheet metal like metal ducting or flashing from the hardware store
is a nice surface to work on, depending on the type of work you will be
doing. It cleans up really well and is quite resilient.
* I just moved and a sheet got piled on the workbench, hasn't moved since.
On 4 November 2010 12:20, Darcy Whyte <darcy at siteware.com> wrote:
> My lab work benches are pretty small and I'm now looking at how to increase
> the space.
> I was thinking of slapping a board across the top of my smaller tables to
> make bigger tables.
> What types of materials work well?
> Darcy Whyte
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