The perfect workbench for any garage or shop! It is inexpensive and easy to build, has a 2 ft extension for added work space and it has casters allowing it to be tucked away when it's not in use. It also has a tons of room to store all of your tools! Roll it around with you while you work, lock in to place and roll in back against the wall when you are done! Free plans at www.shanty-2-chic.com
Every workshop needs a good workstation. Over the past years I have built a few, like the portable workbench and the easy workbench, but now, after much planning, I decided to build the ultimate workstation. I gathered some inspiration from the Paulk workbench, the DIY workbench by Jen Woodhouse, and just my personal needs. I wanted to make this an outfeed table for my table saw, as well as a clamping/assembly workstation.
Storing a miter saw can be tough. Most people don’t have the space to leave it set up with long support tables. Storing it under the workbench is a pain: You gotta dig it out, set it on sawhorses and then figure out how to prop up stuff while you’re cutting. A high-end manufactured stand is great—but probably costs as much as your miter saw. So what are you going to do? Build this simple miter saw cabinet!