Workbench

A workbench is sturdy table at which manual work is done. They range from simple flat surfaces to very complex designs that may be considered tools in themselves. Workbenches vary in size from tiny jewelers benches to the huge benches used by staircase makers. Almost all workbenches are rectangular in shape, often using the surface, corners and ed...
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Workbench

• (n.) A bench on which work is performed, as in a carpenter`s shop.
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workbench

(from the article `hand tool`) The workbench and vise form an organic unit, for the vise is a fixture that is either part of the carpenter`s bench or is attached to the machinist`s ...
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workbench

work bench noun a strong worktable for a carpenter or mechanic
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Workbench

[AmigaOS] Workbench is the graphical file manager of AmigaOS developed by Commodore International for their Amiga line of computers. Workbench provides the user with a graphical interface to work with file systems and launch applications. It uses a workbench metaphor (in place of the more common desktop metaphor) for representing file syste...
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Workbench

[woodworking] A workbench is a table used by woodworkers 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 the wood ...
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Workbench

Work'bench` noun A bench on which work is performed, as in a carpenter's shop.
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Workbench

In a marquetry and inlay context, a workbench might be anything from a table out in the garage to a woodworker's bench complete with a vice. Ideally, the surface needs to be strong, clean, stable, and not too precious.
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workbench

[n] - a strong worktable for a carpenter or mechanic
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