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Lots of distractions in completing this, but here it is. Wieghs about 600lbs and is attached to 2 wall studs. Most solid bench I've ever had to work with.

Also included a picture of a second bench that will be for general purposes. It's sits nice and flat, and I'll dab a cup of Quikrete under each pedestal to hold it solid, as it will sit off to the side, but away from the wall so I can access the bench from either side.


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When the tornado whips through your area,just get under the loading bench and you'll be safe. Heavy duty.
Great looking,nice work.

Rob
No kidding. After a natural disaster hits the area, this will be the only remaining item of value. For sure, this is Built to Last!!!
 

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That is just cool. You are quite the craftsman. Mark.
Thanks, but my neighbor friend does get much of the credit. This area is abundant with easily accessible wood, and it does bring out the creative side. It is amazing what you can do with a chainsaw, and a big saw makes big ideas become big projects.
 

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Very nice! Unique pedestals make me think of apple cores:) I would have agonized over drilling the holes for mounting the press. Beautiful bench!
Drilling was a bit of a stress. Certainly didn't want drill and have to redrill later. As big and bad as this bench is, total effort was maybe 4 hours.
 
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