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This rolling shop worktable is designed to hold and store your saws, compressors and other cutting and drilling tools. It will provide a convenient surface for wood cuts and building applications.
*This post is sponsored by Kreg Tools. All opinions are my own.
This project was a gift from Mr. TIDBITS to himself, and I know he is really enjoying a project when he works on it into the wee hours of the night and looses track of time.
He has been wanting to build a rolling worktable for himself for a long time and has thought this one through to meet all his cutting and building needs.
A big thanks goes to our sponsor Kreg Tools, for helping us provide these free building plans for you. CLICK HERE for the free plans on buildsomething.com, (Kreg’s DIY project plan site) but let me tell you about the features of this worktable.
This shop worktable or workbench is built on a rolling base with a lower shelf. This lower shelf is great for holding onto your air compressors and hoses, and other tools while you work on a project.
The table top is built with a couple of drawers to keep screws and other small parts within handy reach.
Between the drawers is a spot measured to fit a Miter saw with ample room for rotation.
A custom shelf was built to hold the table saw, making it flush with the table top and allowing plenty of surface space for making cuts.
We installed a power strip to the side of the worktable to provide plenty of places to hook up power to the saws and other power tools.
Having struggled to find a convenient way to build in a garage space, this rolling shop worktable solves a lot of problems for us. It can easily be rolled into it’s storage spot when not in use, or rolled outside the garage to avoid too much dust collection inside the garage while working on a project.
Rather than moving around our saws whenever we needed to work on a project, they now have a home to call their own.
It’s been so nice to be able to have our garage better function for our filming and photo studio space and workshop needs while in our temporary rental home.
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Other projects we’ve done in this space include:
- DIY Garage Cabinets
- Garage Tool Organization
- Outdoor Toy Storage and Organization
- Hanstone Quartz topped Rolling worktable (for filming and photography)
- Wall on Wheels
- Painting the Garage Walls
Let us know what kind of features your dream shop worktable might have! We hope you have enjoyed this post!