Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Space-Saver Workbench
Create a great amount of storage and work surface in a very small area when you use this Space Saver Workbench Plan. Also, have the satisfaction of building your own workstation! Built of plywood,...
Create a great amount of storage and work surface in a very small area when you use this Space Saver Workbench Plan. Also, have the satisfaction of building your own workstation!
- Built of plywood, some solid lumber, and 2x4's
- 72in. long, with a 34in. depth and a 74in. height
- Can be folded up onto the wall - in a package only 13in. deep and 34in. tall
The plan includes detailed drawings, clear step-by-step instructions, a complete materials list, progressive photos, and exploded diagrams to ease assembly.
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Great Workbench Project
I built this workbench for my shop by just looking at the picture of it and modified it to suite my own purposes to include a paper towl holder and several outlets and a switch controled florescent light fixture built into the swing-up overhead section and have been very happy with it since I built it. I needed a good stow-away workbench for my shop and now I have it and didn't even need to buy the plans for it. Besides I refuse to pay for plans. I am always building wood projects and other stuff by just looking at the real thing or at a picture of an item.