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Bally Block

Laminated Maple Bench Top - 1-3/4" x 30" x 60" - 88 lbs


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Build your own workbench with this 1-3/4" thick, 30" x 60" rugged slab of maple laminated into a single, warp-resistant, self-supporting panel. Create the perfect work surface! Accurately machined and sanded satin smooth, it's ready to be secured to a base of your design. Just attach...


Build your own workbench with this 1-3/4" thick, 30" x 60" rugged slab of maple laminated into a single, warp-resistant, self-supporting panel. Create the perfect work surface! Accurately machined and sanded satin smooth, it's ready to be secured to a base of your design. Just attach vises and bore dog holes to create the right workbench for your shop needs. This top is perfect for kitchen work surfaces, coffee tables and bars. Ultraviolet cured acrylic finish is resistant to water, alcohol and solvent detergents.


  • Use to build your own workbench
  • Maple laminated into a single, warp-resistant, self-supporting panel
  • Resistant to water, alcohol and solvent detergent
  • Made in the USA


  • Thickness: 1-3/4"
  • Width: 30"
  • Length: 60"
  • Weight: 88 pounds

What's Included:

  • (1) Bally Block - Laminated Maple Bench Top - 1-3/4" x 30" x 60" - 88 lbs

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4.08 out of 5 stars
13 Reviews
  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Not exactly what I was expecting

    I was making a work bench and was short on time and decided to purchase this top. I don't think I saved much time. The long edges have a 1/4" round over. To attach a vise and make the bench a bit wider to fit the base I was constructing, I had to cut off each edge to add to the top. Not all the boards on the bottom side are the full thickness their entire length. The voids are filled with some sort of resin. This top would be fine as a counter top island. Not great for a workbench.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Excellent work surface

    My comments are relevant to woodworkers. If used as a counter/island top, the product is just fine as is. ======= 1. I purchased this at my local Woodcraft store and could examine it. Top was in excellent condition. Bottom had a minor filled gouge - not a problem. 2. Rounded long edge had to be cut off to allow addition of a 4.25" maple edge. 3. Top was flat along the long dimension but was out of flat by 1/16" across its 30" dimension. I do not know if one should expect dead flat in a bench top only 1-3/4" thick. 4. One edge was out of square by about 1/8" across 30" using 3-4-5 math to test. 5. There is no reason not to buy this as a workbench top. One should not expect perfection in a wood product that by definition is dimensionally unstable. P.S. I suggest buying a 3/4" router bit to use to 'drill' bench dog holes.

  3. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Not Flat

    Do not buy this online unless you want to be sending the top back to Woodcraft for replacement. The first 24x60 I received had several grapefruit sized epoxy filled cavities in the bottom so I sent it back. The replacement bottom was good, one small epoxy filled spot but by the time I went to use it, it was past the 90 day return policy. Unfortunatlely the top is way out of flat! I will have to plane at last 1/4 inch off of it to get it flat which leaves only an inch and a half. Buy and select this item in person to be sure you get what you expect.

  4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Not Square

    I am using this for a second bench, during the layout I found that the top was not square from corner to corner off almost a ¼"

  5. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Beautiful center piece

    This beautiful bench top is being used as a kitchen island in lieu of a stone counter top. I needed a durable surface that I could cut on as well as entertain on, and an island with a rock counter-top is useless to me. I did have to dimension the cutting block a bit so I could match it to the counter tops I already had for the rest of the kitchen, but that was easily done. The Bench top is a very beautiful piece of wood that comes ready to install with rounded over edges on the long sides, and straight cut on the ends. The top and sides are already treated and as it comes should be good enough to go into any application. There are no glue gaps in between the maple joints, and the few natural wood flaws (knots or holes) are already properly filled. This bench/counter is ready go to as is (provided). However, be sure to inspect your top when you receive it. Mine came to me with several dings and bangs that were created during shipping and that I had to work to get out of it. Stripping and re-applying butcher block oil is not hard, but it is cumbersome when you want to get things done. I do wish there was an option to have it slightly over sized so I could cut it to size, and raw so I could finish it the way I want to without having to strip, sand and treat it. Overall, a very nice piece that I am proud to have in the middle of my kitchen among all my own work.

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    As solid as expected

    This is a solid worktable top that will not warp - - I need a perfectly flat top, and this is it!

  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Excellent Work Surface

    I have been using the maple top as a bench top for several weeks now and I'm very satisfied. It is imperative to have a flat surface like this one has. Packaging was substantial and corners were protected by plastic, however I did find many chips and small cuts around the edges and corners. Nothing I can't live with. As one other person mentioned, the long sides were rounded. I too will be cutting that off. Good for a counter top maybe but not a bench top where I use the straight lines to line up project parts and or measure from. Well worth the price.

  8. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Rock Solid Top

    I bought a Grizzly laminated maple workbench a few years ago. It was advertised as a 2" thick top. However, only the apron was 2". The top was actually < 3/4". After a couple of years it started to sag in the middle. When I saw this top, it was a answer to my prayers. This top is incredible! Solid and dead flat! I was able to re-use the Grizzly workbench legs, and now have a top qualtiy workbench that will last for many, many years. I highly recommend this top!!

  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Solid counter top

    Solid counter top. I found a well constructed base and attached the two. Made a strong table my wife loves. The top has a resonale damage resistance and is easy to repaire. Also is easly cleaned. But do not expect to carry it your self.

  10. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Workshop & in home uses


  11. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great buy it you will not be sorry

    It replaced the workbench I made. My top was MDF and I replaced it with this butcher block. It had some damage [...] but it still looks great.

  12. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good quality slab of maple

    The maple top had rounded edges that had to be cut off so that vise faces could be added with a flush fit.[...]

  13. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Best looking work bench in town

    I could not have made a comparable top for my work bench for the same cost and I didn't have to mess around with gluing and finishing. [...]

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