A few days ago I mentioned in this post I had found some awesome looking white board by the side of the dumpster at Adam's condo. Someone just left it there... I mean, I HOPE someone left it there! If not, I might go to jail for stealing a white board!
So we brought it to the studio to make part of our wrap around working bench. And by our I mean, it's as much Adam's bench as it is mine, since he pretty much built it entirely (Oh, what would I do without his muscles!... ok ok, he can think too, which it's a plus).
Anyways, we got to work on it and, though the wood was really dry and it was a pain to put screws through it, it came out pretty well!
The only challenge we encountered is that the floor isn't even, so the right front corner of the table was about 1" lower than the rest. We had two options: shove a 1" piece of wood at the end of the leg, or lower the leg 1", which we could do, since there is a wood border around the table. Anyways, with the wood being so dry, the screws not wanting to go in, the drill bid being the wrong size, we said: screw it!
Today, while Adam was at work my dad and I went over, fixed up the leg and did the rest of the table.
Now I have a working bench! Can't wait to set up the rest!