|Project by TheDKcreations||posted 07-26-2013 09:15 AM||1968 views||10 times favorited||8 comments|
In an effort to streamline my work flow, I needed a good place to set up my sliding compound miter saw and router table; as well as a bench that is easily tucked away and movable. Previously, the tools were put in a most inconvenient place – a shelf that collects things and buries them. I have had this plan in my head for a few years but never had the chance to perfect it. It is pretty much done. I tried to maximize the space by adding drawers and shelving as well as some functionality with doors and vacuum system. The case, drawers and doors are made from pre-finished 3/4” birch plywood. The top is made of MDF and trimmed with painted pine. It was built in the winter of 2012. All and all the build was a success. Just like anything, there could be some improvements, but it gets the job done and makes cleanup a breeze. Everything has a place to go.