How to Build a Cheap Workbench for Woodworking Using a Kreg HD Jig, With VIDEO Tutorial

About: Warren is owner of www.onewood.com.au I create entertaining woodworking videos on YouTube | Self confessed Woodworking Nut | Me-Mo and may have an addiction to woodworking tools.

Free Plans are also available below in Imperial and Metric.


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Warren from One Wood Tools shows how to build a cheap and easy island woodworking workbench with dog holes, joints are made using the Kreg HD pocket hole jig.

This workbench was built for a little over $100 and can be made in a weekend, the joinery technique is simple and shows several options for joinery.

See the Ultimate triangle of squareness in action to easily set rails and legs at 90 degrees by just using a couple of clamps.

How to build a workbench with a minimal amount of tools required and simple joints.

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    pfred2

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I think they went a little overboard with the dog holes. It might be a bit difficult to mount traditional woodworking vises onto that bench too. This fixture might be better as a final assembly, or finishing table?