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TABLE SAW WORKBENCH WITH WOOD STORAGE

  • January 23, 2015

ToolBox Divas
ToolBox Divas
ToolBox Divas
ToolBox Divas

I recently got into woodworking. I am developing my skills and found a used portable table saw on Craigslist. I needed a place to store my table saw along with the reclaimed wood I was purchasing. I searched online for various plans and could not find exactly what I needed. I needed something mobile, compact and simple to build. So I made a few sketches on a notepad. This is the first time I've taken on a challenge in woodworking where I'm building something from scratch, developing my own plans. I made a few mistakes. But I learned a lot. Most importantly, I learned it's ok to make mistakes. It's how you learn.

And yes my workbench is purple. I am a Diva after all. This provided me storage for excess wood and a pegboard for additional hands on storage.

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      • Difficulty: Intermediate
        Categories: Garage
    • Materials Used

      • 2" X 4" X 96" – 8 BOARDS WITHOUT OPTIONAL SECTION; 11 BOARDS WITH OPTIONAL WIDE STORAGE SECTION. COST $2.76/EACH AT HOME DEPOT
      • 4’X4’ PEGBOARD. COST $8.27
      • 2 – 50 PIECE BOXES OF 2 ½” POCKET SCREWS $4.97/EACH
      • 1 SHEET OSB $8.25
      • FINISHING NAILS
      • CASTOR WHEELS - 4-PACK 3-IN RUBBER LOCKING SWIVEL CASTERS; $19.99

Comments (5)


  • Excellent job on your first scratch build!!! Very nice. I like the storage for your wood pieces as well!!! And very nice that you added your dimensions for your cuts as well!!!
    By brobins25, on January 26, 2015


  • This is brilliant! I just bought a 10" table saw from a friend and plan to build something very similar. Thanks for sharing!
    By Equus3481, on May 14, 2015

  • very nice.
    By hot1958, on April 10, 2016

  • Nice
    By lamac66, on September 23, 2017

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TABLE SAW WORKBENCH WITH WOOD STORAGE

by ToolBox Divas
Jan 23, 2015

I recently got into woodworking. I am developing my skills and found a used portable table saw on Craigslist. I needed a place to store my table saw along with the reclaimed wood I was purchasing. I searched online for various plans and could not find exactly what I needed. I needed something mobile, compact and simple to build. So I made a few sketches on a notepad. This is the first time I've taken on a challenge in woodworking where I'm building something from scratch, developing my own plans. I made a few mistakes. But I learned a lot. Most importantly, I learned it's ok to make mistakes. It's how you learn. And yes my workbench is purple. I am a Diva after all. This provided me storage for excess wood and a pegboard for additional hands on storage.