I do know there is a slope angle to the pile in which objects could be placed until that angle is reached. After that point objects placed on the pile would tumble down slope (Think rock slide).
I know. The trick is to stick something long into the pile and use the protruding end to support objects in danger of sliding off.
Thank you. This is THE explanation I will use on my wife.
I like it! I intend to get the vintage Technics receiver and Pioneer Dynamic Range Expander off my bench and into the bonus room.
Then I can tackle the rest of the bench and get on to one of these Panther IIs!
Which will be first? The Rheinmetall turret version or the 88mm version?
Robin, tis the cantilever design of which you speak.
Michael, what scale is that PT boat on top of a cabinet? 1/35? What kit?
This table top lifts upward if you feel like standing. I use a metal rolling cart that has my air compressor, air brush and spray paints. I have two jeweler cabinets that store all my paints and tools.
Italeri 5602 ELCO 80 TORPEDO BOAT 1/35
Thanks. I bet it is a good kit,
Are you in an RV Wade?
Matt, the temporary work bench is the counter top in my mom’s old beauty shop.
Traveling is hardcore1960’s style, windows down in my 91 Camaro that’s manual without A/C…fun way to ride
Would be sweet to have an RV.
I used one of those foam “noodles” swim toy ,or foam pipe insulation ,for my edge. works great . i had it in my old house for years. just slice it down the middle and attach it to the edge . cover it with tale or leather and its great .
Smart idea with the pool noodles. I did that on the desk leg after I smacked my knee on it a few hundred times.
Ive seen that before. nice you stand when you work right ? my knees wont let me . as far as the cap goes neither one of us have anything to cheer about this year .
Same here. Wanna buy my Jets cap?