Sure I call it a workbench, but you may ask yourself: "Is that big enough to be a workbench?" This specific set of photos I took while constructing a cart for my air compressor and shop vac, but these plans are highly adaptable allowing one to make a table of almost any shape or size. This is the third piece I've made using these plans (see next step), two with wheels and one stationary workbench.
[These plans were developed before my discovery of the Kreg Jig
, these plans don't require the purchase of any specialty equipment]
One can easily construct a work bench for $25 with the following:
7/16" OSB (4'x8')
2 1/2" Coarse Thread Drywall Screws
Wood Glue (Optional)
Note: How much wood do you need? See the next step to design your own.
Countersinking drill bit
Miter saw (Optional)
Nail gun (Optional)