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Hann Manufacturing

Four Station Workbench w/ Four Vises

$2,295.99

MSRP: $3,780.00

You Save: $1,484.01 (39%)

SKU: HAN-ML4-4V

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Tabletop Material: 2 1/4"-thick hard maple w/ natural finish
Frame Material: Steel
Other Info: Made in the USA
Includes four woodworking vises
Warranty: Lifetime Limited
Overall Width: 64"
Overall Depth: 54"
Overall Height: 33 1/4"
Assembly: Assembly Required
Product Weight (Lbs): 425
Shipping Method: Freight

Hann Manufacturing’s Four-Station Workbench is durable enough for your technology workshop or lab. A heavy steel base with braces supports the solid maple top and a 64-inch width accommodates up to four students at once. Includes four woodworking vises.

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Does your Four Station work benches and tables have a Prop 65 warning/restriction for California residents? Please reply ASAP. My school district is currently ordering furniture for my Ceramics classroom and came upon this problem.

Asked by: Wendy
This particular manufacturer does not carry Prop 65 warnings. If you would like assistance in finding a work station that does, please contact us at 1.800.260.2776 and a team member will be happy to assist you.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2020-03-11
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