October 26, 2021

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Epic Workbench Part 1.
Initially, I was planning to design a bench out of plywood that would tab-and-slot-and-screw together.
I got as far as initial sketches in OpenSCAD before I decided it was just going to be too much work to design the bench I’d want to have.
My search for alternative s took me , which looked awesome, but was far too expensive.
Luckily, that page lead me , which introduced me to the world of galvanized steel fence posts.
I found this great calculator called that helps you compute how much a surface of varying thickness will bow given how it’s supported, etc.
This was really helpful in estimating eventual performance and influencing part placement.
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