These instructions will show you how to build this collapsable workbench, step by step. It should cost you less than $100 for all the materials, and they should all be available at your local home center.
About the plans:
- Includes Imperial (U.S.) Version
- Includes Metric Version
- Easy to follow and very visual (at least one image for every step).
- Formatted for normal sized (8.5″ x 11″) printer paper, so you can print them at home.
- Written with beginners in mind.
- They include:
- A complete shopping list for the materials you need.
- A complete list of parts you need to cut with all the dimensions necessary (with images).
- Instructions on how to obtain all the parts you need from the least amount of materials (with images).
- A separate set of instructions for building the Twin Screw Vise.
These are very detailed instructions, so even if you’re a beginner, these plans should make it a fairly easy build.
- Compact & Space Saving
- Stores Easily
- Sets up in less than a minute
- Table Saw
- Miter Saw
- Provides area underneath top for handtools
- Provides area underneath main unit for compressor, vacuum, etc.
- Compact when collapsed
- Collapsed: 35″ wide x 15″ deep x 48″ tall
- In Use: 96″ wide x 35″ deep x 35.5″ tall
- Work Surface: 48″ wide x 32.5″ deep x 35.5″ tall
- Collapsed: 88.9cm wide x 38.1cm deep x 122cm tall
- In Use: 240cm wide x 88.9cm deep x 90.2cm tall
- Work Surface: 120cm wide x 82.6cm deep x 90.2cm tall
It’s designed around compact type table saws and miter saws. Here’s a list of saws I’m sure it works with:
- DeWalt DW713 15-Amp 10″ Compound Miter Saw
- DeWalt DW715 15-Amp 12″ Compound Miter Saw
- Ryobi 9-Amp 7-1/4″ Compound Miter Saw
- Rigid 10″ Dual Bevel Miter Saw
- Bosch GTS1031 10″ Worksite Table Saw
- DeWalt DW745 Compact Job Site Table Saw
- Makita 10″ Table Saw Model 2705
Don’t see your saw listed? Send me an email with the make & model #. I’ll check to see if it’ll work and get back to you right away!
Tools required (or at least strongly suggested) to build this project:
- Table Saw
- 18 or 16 gauge brad nailer (I used an 18 gauge from Harbor Freight…it was only $20 and I can’t believe how great it works!)
- You’ll need an air compressor to run the nailer (unless your nailer is electric).
- Miter Saw
- You could get away with a hand saw if you are very experienced with one, but I really don’t recommend it.
- Jig Saw
- With hole boring bit that is anywhere from 1″-2″ in diameter.
Because this is a digital product, no refunds are allowed.