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Workbench
Inexpensive Work Bench

Well, relatively inexpensive.
I have built several of these in the past. It is heavy, solid, easy to make and vibration free. I wouldn't want to sit a car on top of it, but it would easily hold it up. I haven't had the time or need to put bench dogs on this one yet, but I will when I need them. I am mainly a power tool kinda guy and kinda light on hand tools, but don't let this bench fool you. It has a tool well which is handier than you would think and a tool holder in the rear and a Harbor Freight vise and a 4 socket outlet box.
This bench is about 5 foot long and about 2 feet deep (front to back).


Materials list:
1 4' X 8' X 3/4" Plywood
1 1 X 4 X 10' Pine
2 2 X 4 X 10' Pine
1 2 X 6 X 10' Pine
1 4 X 4 X 12 'Pine
1 4 Socket outlet box
1 Heavy Vise.
Oh, and lots of nuts and bolts. Enough to draw lightning.

Tony B
Tool Well pic 1
Front
Angular View
 
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