23 Feb. 2001|
Jewelry bench diy,making wood ocarina,pinewood designs inc - Review
This extensive workbench would organize my workshop and allow me to complete more DIY projects. Anyone who like me enjoys making jewellery will at some time wish they had a real jewellery bench to work from rather than the kitchen table. I cut about 100 mm wide strips from it to make the raised edge, your going to need this because when you work you will push expensive things off the edge of the bench.
I wanted a bench that was about 3 feet square (1000mm x 1000mm) This is a useful size and is small enough not to get covered in junk when your not using it. These set the height of the bench just right for me but if you make your own you can adjust the height to suite.
An inch or two plus or minus can make a big difference, depending on how your bench will be used.
It catches the things I frequently drop as well as the silver dust and small off cuts generated when making jewellery - These can be recycled for cash through cooksongold.