I wanted to start by saying, I have no clue about how to build anything myself from wood.
The purpose of me entering this hobby is so that I can build a work bench for myself to work on scale models such as military vehicles in scale.
Every time I go to build something, or sand something down, and it is clean up time: I end up with a bunch of fine pieces of polystyrene that I have to clean up.
build a workbench that gives me enough room to work on and knolling out my project parts, but also be able to remove debris from the surface without moving too much around.
I was walking around my local hardware store looking at lumber mainly to gather materials and measure things out. My plan is to basically move at a crawling speed through this table making journey so that I do not make too many expensive mistakes.
Anyway, I saw some drain grates and thought it would look really cool to drill out a hole that allows this thing to sit flush on my table, hook it up to a shop vacuum underneath the table, and just sweep debris into the grate while the vacuum is on.
Would that be possible?