Ron Paulk designed a portable workbench 40 years ago that has been copied countless of times by carpenters, woodworkers and shop enthusiast and still very popular today. Though the original concept was to have a large work surface break down into something that could be transported daily by a tradesman to a job site many adaptions have forked off this over the years into more stationary workshop surfaces. Design offers a ridged work surface that will span over minimal support points much like our bridge concept in our flat pack furniture line. Work surface is most often perforated with standard 3/4" bench dog holes. Our adaptions is a 46" x 46" Paulk style bench top on casters used with various accessories as a materials pallet. Can easily roll on the wheels or be loaded into a freight vehicle by forklift. We can produce these with any measurements you need.