Shop Project Every Workshop Needs Somewhere To Machine Joinery Sand Workpieces And Assemble The Project This Worktable Will Do All Of That And More
Shop project every workshop needs somewhere to machine joinery sand workpieces and assemble the project this worktable will do all of that and more is post about Magazine bookmarked by rafael with ID 11416426074 was uploaded on 24-03-2019 and has been viewed 24,677 times.
Multi-Function Worktable: Plans to Build the Ultimate Work Surface INFO: DIFFICULTY - 3/5, LENGTH/TIME - 3/5, COST - 3/5 When I moved into my mini-sized workshop a few years ago I built a pint-sized workbench.
While I'm happy with the bench, I often end up using the top of the table saw as an extra work surface.It's become my go-to work surface for sanding, assembly and finishing.Clearly I've been in need of an alternative.
A recent visit to a friend's workshop convinced me that a multifunction worktable was the way to go - a worktable that serves a variety of functions, can be easily moved about the shop, and provides storage for the compressor, mini dust collector and power tools that I most regularly use.
The BaseYou can build the base yourself from solid wood or sheet stock, or assemble one from a kit, as I did.Either way, begin by deciding on the height, width and length for your table, and whether it will be stationary or mobile.
My work table is 37" high and approximately 27" wide by 61" long.To speed up construction, I opted to use heavy-duty work bench components from Rockler.At 1/8" thick they're very rigid.The components...