|Project by Routerisstillmyname||posted 11-23-2009 01:26 AM||7348 views||15 times favorited||11 comments|
The problem with building a large workbench is, you have to have some sort of workbench to begin with so this didn’t start out as a fun project being built on the floor but most definitely necessary. Ahhhhhh my back…any heaux….
I’m sure you’ve seen few variations of this around the net or woodworking mags. I’ve added few original touches to it and made it wider 44” and longer 72”. The design uses cross frames so It’s extremely sturdy.
Being a mobile workbench,The double lock casters fold out of the way when used as workbench. Table saw slips right under it with casters are flipped back and locked.
It’s table saw out feed extension with adjustable height that sets it to the same elevation as the top of the table saw.
I incorporated my router table design ( http://lumberjocks.com/projects/11097 ) in this to save even more space, leaving out the miter track and horizontal section for now and on the other side it has a foldable shelf for the air compressor and extra junk.
As always,The design is modular, top sections and legs unbolt so it can be stored away or moved to different location if need be.
Thanks for looking.
-- Router è ancora il mio nome.