darcy at siteware.com
Thu Nov 4 13:23:37 EDT 2010
Don't have any old doors. I saw a nice one on the site of the road a while
back. Nuts I should have picked it up.
Melamine doesn't look like it is okay to extend the table, but more to add
to an existing surface. Does that sound right?
According to this article it's a bit toxic.
On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 1:18 PM, James Jamison <toodloo at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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