|Project by grovemadman||posted 02-14-2008 09:35 AM||14126 views||29 times favorited||20 comments|
Here is a quick and easy project that anyone can build. It will set up/break down in less than a minute, increase your productivity and when you don’t need it stores with a minimum of space. The part I like about it is you can use it with a board across it like a table or you can use it without if you need to have the space below open. Another great feature as the pictures illustrate is that you can move the two length supports closer together if you have a board that isn’t very wide or open them up to accommodate larger stock.
The leg dimensions I made for mine are 36” wide and 28” high. I used 3/4” plywood. I plan on gluing the legs together to make them the full 1 1/2” (right now I have them screwed) The lengths are 6’ long and I made my angles 12” in from each end. The more angle the shorter it will be overall.
I used mine rough today because I had to fabricate some pieces for a job I have coming up soon. I plan on sanding up the whole thing and maybe chamfering the edges. I may even throw a coat of paint on the legs as well. The whole project took about an hour to make and cost less than $30.00! Is it stable? You bet!
If you have space problems like I do this may be the solution for you – I know it solved a lot of my problems!