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Workbench


Seebohm
Seebohm
Seebohm
Seebohm

I need a workbench to do more work on. Designed it to hold more tools to, free up my space, have a work surface to build on, store tools to get organized and allow for infeed and outfeed for my router and table saw. I got a table top sized at 26" by 8'. Then bought and built the frame entirely out of 2" by 4"s. Then added a plywood floor to hold tools. Then added a platform to hokd the table saw. Cut a spot for the table saw and router. Made a router table surface out of the extra plywood. It is all held together with screws and glue. Now time to get to work.

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      • 1.5"× 26"× 8
      • .25" PLYWOOD
      • 2.5" WOOD SCREWS
      • 2" × 4" WOOD

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  • Wow- this is a really impressive set up. It's clear you knew what you needed and you had the skills to make it happen! Great job- thanks for sharing this with us!
    By RYOBI Nation, on December 5, 2016
    • Thank you very much! It means a lot to get praise from a power tool company. And Hopefully it will allow me to make more projects and increase my skill.
      By Seebohm, on December 6, 2016

  • I like this good job
    By Up_Cycle_Engineer, on December 9, 2016
    • Thank you! I was told if you can build your workbench you can build anything.
      By Seebohm, on December 9, 2016

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Workbench

by Seebohm
Dec 03, 2016
Medium 825e2bda 87a5 4966 900e c309a6854b1a

I need a workbench to do more work on. Designed it to hold more tools to, free up my space, have a work surface to build on, store tools to get organized and allow for infeed and outfeed for my router and table saw. I got a table top sized at 26" by 8'. Then bought and built the frame entirely out of 2" by 4"s. Then added a plywood floor to hold tools. Then added a platform to hokd the table saw. Cut a spot for the table saw and router. Made a router table surface out of the extra plywood. It is all held together with screws and glue. Now time to get to work.