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60"W x 24"D Production Workbench - Maple Butcher Block Square Edge - Blue

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60"W x 24"D Production Workbench - Maple Butcher Block Square Edge - Blue

Item #: WB249187BL

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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Price: $374.95

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HEAVY DUTY HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE PRODUCTION WORKBENCH
Square Edge Maple Butcher Block Top
Long lasting, high quality industrial workbench comes standard with rugged 2" square, 14 gauge tubular steel height adjustable legs. Legs adjust from 28 to 34"H at 2" increments. These workbenches are tested to 5000 lb. capacity. Weight should be evenly distributed. 1-3/4" thick kiln-dried maple top with mineral oil protectant and standard square edge. Includes adjustable leveling floor glides and leveling foot plates that allow floor anchoring. Dimensions are 60"W x 24"D. Powder coat finish. Quick and easy assembly. 1 year limited warranty.

Product Specifications

    • WIDTH INCHES60
    • DEPTH INCHES24
    • HEIGHT INCHES28 to 34
    • COLOR FINISHBlue
    • ASSEMBLYUnassembled
    • BRANDGlobal Industrial
    • CONSTRUCTIONSteel
    • MODEL249187BL
    • TOP CONSTRUCTIONMaple Butcher Block Square Edge
    • COLORBlue
    • MATERIALMaple
    • HEIGHT INCHES (ADJUSTABLE LEG)28 to 34
  • 1-3/4" thick top with a square edge features kiln-dried hardwood that is electronically cured for a sanded smooth finish.
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Nice bench

Your review: The cons are suggestions and nit picking - except for the wood screws - I would replace those. Overall this is an excellent bench for a great price.

Pros: Super strong bench. Top on mine was made by John Boos - which are legendary. I don't think you could build a bench nearly as good for the price, including shipping. I think you would have trouble finding the top alone for this price. I don't think you can find fully boxed legs in the DIY market.

Cons: The included wood screws to attach the top are garbage. Two stripped the phillips out and one snapped. You need much better hardware to drive into a top made out of hard maple. Some accessories did not come with instructions. If you get a bench length accessory, like the panel mounting kit, attach it to the uprights BEFORE you attach the uprights to the bench top. If you attach the uprights first, it's just luck whether you get the distance exactly right, and I had to reattach my uprights. Don't build the bench, put it into position, and then start attaching accessories. You need full access to all side of the bench to attach most of the accessories.

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#249375BL & #606958BL Drawers for #249187BL Work B

Your review: I like the #249187BL Work Bench and optional items I ordered with the work bench per Invoice #106768131. However, when mounting one drawer below the other, wrench access is difficult to impossible for one wrench of two wrenches required.

Pros: Good quality construction.

Cons: When installing one drawer below the other, the concave area for the bolts/nuts is good to align / pilot the position of the drawers relative to each other, but the concave-recessed area also prevents / restricts use of a flat wrench. The problem is the front of the drawer metal frame with approx. 30 deg chamfer clearance above bolt hole is not enough clearance for a socket. It is necessary to use a Dremel tool to remove metal to increase socket clearance. It is suggested that for quality type manufacturing, it would help if designers had to assemble, disassemble, use the product they design at least once. It was my experience as an oilfield machinery designer that some hands-on experience for the designer helps improve the product quality.

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60"Wx24"D Workbench

Your review: Excellent quality work bench that is of sturdy construction. I like the adjustable height legs and leveling capability of each leg.

Pros: See above

Cons: None

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Good Quality Bench

Your review: This is a very solid, well-made line of benches. There are a lot of options, and it can be tricky to get the right parts mated up to each other.

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What is the weight rating in pounds

Question Asked By: Kevin , May 23, 2016

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What is the weight capacity of this shelf? What is the shipping weight?

Question Asked By: CHUCK , Boise, ID , April 11, 2016

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Is the footrest bar necessary? I'd like to assemble the bench without it.

Question Asked By: STEPHEN , March 30, 2016

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Are there casters that can be purchased for this workbench? If so, what is the sku?

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If I order this along with a 60-24 Maple Square Edge Production Bench .. is the maple top 'pre-drilled' for the 48" Upright Kit ? I think I know the answer ('no') but I thought I'd ask anyway. tx

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Is this frame able to be purchased without any top? If so what would be the price? We are going to use the existing top.

Question Asked By: Mark , Sinclair Systems , July 14, 2011

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