A workbench is a table used by workers both professionally and personally to hold workpieces while they are worked by other tools. There are many styles of woodworking benches, each reflecting the type of work to be done or the craftsman’s way of working. Most benches have two features in common: they are heavy and rigid enough to keep still while function is being performed, and there is some method for holding the work in place at a comfortable position and height so that the worker is free to use both hands on the tools. The main thing that distinguishes benches is the way in which the work is held in place. Most benches have more than one way to do this, depending on the operation being performed.


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    workstation

    Workstation with heavy duty cabinet and computer adjustable arm. Customize your own workstation with modular drawers and attachments, foam tray dividers and partitions.


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    jamco mobile table

    Heavy duty transporter between work areas with all welded construction with bolt on casters, 2 swivel and 2 rigid for easy replacement and superior cart tracking


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    ergo workbench

    This work bench features a lower metal shelf, end guards and back guards, back stop, uprights, two louvered bin panels, two 18″ deep cantilever shelves and deluxe overhead light fixture.


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    workbench

    Not all work benches need 60″ uprights and all the bells and whistles. This photograph shows model HD with one above surface shelf, lower shelf and drawer and ESD ground kit. The modular design allows you to configure for your application.