|Project by KaferKrazy||posted 09-20-2014 07:41 PM||3242 views||7 times favorited||7 comments|
Hey everyone! I finally found the time to plan and build a proper work table. I have limited space in my shared one-car garage for stationary tools so I needed something mobile yet large enough to use as an outfeed table and basic work surface. My inspiration was the Outfeed Table Episode from the Wood Whisperer.
Here’s a list of the materials:
3 – 23/32” Plywood
3 – 8’ 2×4
1 – 1/8” hardboard
4 – locking urethane casters ($3 and change each at Harbor Freight!)
I love the smooth hardboard top as a work surface but the table edging doesn’t quite meet flush all the way around. I was going for the look of this assembly table but on the cheap. I like the extra bit of material around the sides for clamping etc. If I were to build this table again, I would put the edging on first then router the 1/8” hardboard top flush to the outside edges.
I didn’t have any immediate plans to build out the space underneath but I could see putting a couple of drawers, some hose and cord holders and a power strip.
Comments and suggestions welcome!