How to use a workmate

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    How to use a workmate

    A Workmate is used as an extra pair of hands for the handyman's work area. The Workmate is designed to support several hundred pounds. It is a portable work bench that can be folded to save space and can be moved easily. The legs and frame are constructed of steel with a sturdy wooden bench top. It can be used for parallel and vertical clamping as well as a sawhorse. The workbench is a handy accessory for the person that enjoys doing home projects.

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    Boards can be glued together and secured to allow maximum pressure while drying.

    Gluing boards ()

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    Odd-shaped objects can be held using the grip swivels and holes in the top of bench.

    Grip swivels ()

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    Horizontal grooves are designed to grip pipes while cutting.

    Horizontal groove ()

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    A ruler is marked permanently along the side for convenience.

    Ruler ()

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    Notches allow the top to move to accommodate different size boards.

    Notches ()

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