Emergency Work Furniture

Posted By Jueri Svjagintsev on Jul 6, 2012


Yes, everything is an emergency, maybe I should change the name of the company?

Mara is on the verge of getting large amounts of antique (by American standards) furniture from a dealer who scored some fine pieces in the former industrial heartland of the USA. Check out the auction site here.
 
This calls for another work table for Mara.
 
Welding the beast, I do not recommend shorts, open shirt, and sandals for anything but a brief spot weld.
 
 
Here it is, and I'm back on the cabinet job. Bye.
 

5 Comments

  1. This was done with things that were hanging around. The cedar were cut offs that someone left here 3 years ago.  He said he was coming back for them. They are mine now.  I cut a foot out off the width of the frame and downsized it from 4' to 3' wide. Jueri did the welding and I did the top and botom shelf. The metal frame was a freebie from our  demolition guy, Loco Lopez.  Today , I worked on it and dripped glue on it. Oh well, the life of the work table. The top is replaceable when it gets too beat up.

  2. Yikes, Jueri wants the table top back for his cabinets. He forgot that he had shelves tocut out.

  3. I’ve got spare maple MDF, I’ll use those.

  4. He got a sunburn on his belly because he did not button his shirt. He is lucky he did not burn hus knees.

  5. Wow that was strange. I just wrote an extremely long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn?t appear. Grrrr? well I?m not writing all that over again. Anyways, just wanted to say excellent blog!

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