Adjustable Height Work Table - Shelf

glenn bradley

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I know a few folks have these. Surprisingly useful. Mine changed my whole approach to an outfeed for my bandsaw and other things. In an effort to increase its usefulness I added a shallow shelf.
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I left it shallow as straddling a few things to get it into position was a feature I didn't want to lose.
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The real reason for the shelf was to make a portable home for my air compressor. I've had an air-plumbed shop before but I use air so little it was never as much use as it was effort to put in
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. I started just digging the compressor out and hauling it over the few times I needed it.
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I'm hoping that rolling it over when needed and having a place for a few nailer tools and accessories will be a good half way point between those two methods.
 
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Knowing you Glenn, it wouldn't surprise me seeing you transforming that, into a smal cabinet after a while to prevent the compressor and accessoires picking up dust. ;)
 

Dan Rude

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Nice use for these work tables. My problem is currently mine is my office desk for telework in my living room. I have to get a kid off to College to get a room for my home office. Dan
 
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Like Toni, kind of surprised the box at least doesn't have a lid to keep dust and chips out. Especially if you forget to put the plugs in the air tools! Never heard of a hummingbird drill before. Looks interesting. And I wasn't aware the rolling sheet good cart didn't go tight against the wall. Clever, want to say cleverer, but sure that isn't a real word. Like the way you think Glenn!
 
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