A Clever Flip-Top, Dual-Surface Workbench Design

In the last entry we looked at product designer Connor Holland‘s DIY hydroforming technique. If you watched any of the build videos, you probably spotted this workbench in his impossibly tidy shop (yes, that’s his shop, not a kitchen!):

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As you’ve maybe guessed by seeing the hinges on the side, he’s designed the bench with two different types of worksurfaces:

The workbench features “Neoprene foam honeycomb tops for assembly and gripping onto sheet material,” Holland writes. “The tabletops pivot on steel arms so I can use the plain side for painting/dirty work, and access secondary work surfaces inside the workbench, that can be modified for specialised tasks i.e a router table.”

You can see more images of Holland’s impressive workshop build here.

Source: core77

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