|Project by Jestgr||posted 05-31-2010 05:40 AM||3014 views||1 time favorited||9 comments|
Since I move often, and I never know what kind of space I’ll be working with at my next place, I decided to build a rolling work station. Even if I get to a place where I have a dedicated shop, I imagine I’ll find a use for a bench on wheels! This was my first project using the pocket hold jig my dad bought me for my birthday, and I have to say I really enjoyed working with it. The frame for the bench probably only took about 45 minutes to construct with my limited tool selection. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any matching woods in the sizes I wanted that fit into my limited budget. So the base is made from pine studs and treated 4×4’s. The top is made from cedar 2×2’s. This is also my first attempt at a panel glue up. Not too bad!!
-- Jeff in Corpus Christi, TX