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Originally Posted by exad View Post
That, is a very good idea. This way I can save some money and use wood as the addon material, Which I see will prolly cost me much less than using a metal slab unless I can find some scrap metal I can work with.

You could always just get a little 2x2" ft piece of tin to set on your desk to solder on, and when your done just set it down on the side out of your way....

EDIT: You might want to look at some MDF for your covering..It's a type of particle board, it comes in 4'x8' sheets just like plywood... 1/2" thickness would be about right, that stuff is as slick as snot, it's paintable you just need to primer it...It's good stuff check it out...Just dont get it wet, it will fall apart..
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