|Project by Cecil Rogers||posted 06-16-2013 02:22 AM||2053 views||34 times favorited||18 comments|
I needed a couple of utility carts to pull various duties throughout any given project. These are the final cabinets. There are two, and they’re identical with the exception of the drawer configuration. The finishing cabinet has seven drawers, and the assembly cabinet has six.
At the beginning, one is an infeed table and the other is outfeed table. At 2’6” by 5’ each, they can handle a full sheet of plywood and most any other lumber I throw at them. After lumber milling, they serve as general utility and lumber staging tables. And after all the bench work is done, one becomes an assembly table and the other is a finishing table.
Both carts feature a torsion box base, adjustable height tables (about 8” of travel), a hard maple table top, and plenty of storage for various tools and finishing supplies. Both cabinets are also wired for electrical service at both ends.
More info on the build is at http://www.scrgeek.com/woodwork/outfeed3.html.
-- Cecil, Orange Park, FL