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bault

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  1. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    Trihorse work station : bault
    I added the MFT (multi-function table) to the pictures. It took some time to drill all the holes but I am already using it. I can add bench dogs to hold things down as well as use clamps it needed. 
  2. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    Trihorse work station : bault
    It is actually 2 sheets of 3/4" plywood glued together to get the 1 1/2" width. The holes are not spaced for anything special. The large holes allow you to hang "stuff" on rafter hangers so it is handy but out of the way as well as running power cords etc. The small holes are meant for 3/4" pegs for mounting additions like a miter saw table. I wish this design was mine but it isn't. Do a search on Trihorse and you will find lots of pictures and youtube videos. I love this design and although it took a long time to build it was worth it.
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    • I like this setup. Is this made from 3/4 in. Plywood? Is the spacing of the holes by design for a useful purpose? Details please and thanks for sharing.
      By Bigwil5712, on June 17, 2018
      • It is actually 2 sheets of 3/4" plywood glued together to get the 1 1/2" width. The holes are not spaced for anything special. The large holes allow you to hang "stuff" on rafter hangers so it is handy but out of the way as well as running power cords etc. The small holes are meant for 3/4" pegs for mounting additions like a miter saw table. I wish this design was mine but it isn't. Do a search on Trihorse and you will find lots of pictures and youtube videos. I love this design and although it took a long time to build it was worth it.
        By bault, on June 18, 2018
      • I added the MFT (multi-function table) to the pictures. It took some time to drill all the holes but I am already using it. I can add bench dogs to hold things down as well as use clamps it needed. 
        By bault, on June 22, 2018

    • Adding those holes was a nice touch! You are going to enjoy having this piece. 
      By RYOBI NATION, on June 19, 2018
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