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Have fun! One of the problems with any power tools — and particularly ones like table saws — is that they can be heavy and a hassle to move about. So why not give it a go? At the other end of the scale from 7, here we have the plans for an all-singing-all-dancing modular workbench that will help maximize the space you have in your workshop. This is a big project, but there are extensive instructions with this plan — so if you want to tackle something a bit more challenging and you have plenty of time to spare, this is a design that should be of interest.
In it, you can see a new YouTuber presenting his very first woodworking video. This 3-in-1 multipurpose workbench is one of our all-time favorites. Before you attempt this bench, take a moment to watch the embedded video — as you will hear, this woodworker took a whole month to design and build this workbench.
This was a highly ambitious project that combined the three types of saw in one table and also incorporated an integrated sawdust collection system, and the whole thing is wired up so you can control everything from the table. Although this is just a video without all the extensive plans and descriptions of the version above, this is still worth checking out too.
In fact, with this plan, all you get is a demonstration of how it was done without any explanations — although there is an email you can write to if you want to request the free plans from the person who made this video. We find it mesmerizing watching the DIYer at work as his construction begins to take place. We always enjoy going online and collating plans like these since we always unearth some truly talented and creative woodworkers and DIY specialists.
When we see people like this tackle a problem, putting their mind to finding a solution and then finally turning their idea into reality, we always find it so inspiring. Table of Contents. Pin I then cut the corners using my jigsaw and sanded them smooth. Since I was waiting on a part for my router, I went ahead and started to finish the top.
I first used two coats of boiled linseed oil and then applied three coats of wipe-on polyurethane. I debated using paste wax again, but I thought the polyurethane might last a little longer and seemed to be a little nicer in the end.
To knock down the sheen a bit and smooth it even further, I sanded it well with steel wool and then applied one final coat of boiled linseed oil. The next step was to route a slot for the T-Molding using a slot-cutting bit for the T-molding. This can be pretty dusty, so I definitely recommend a nice respirator and good eye protection. I spent a while debating cutting the miter gauge grooves in my nice new table top. This extra width makes it easier to align the bench top grooves to the grooves on the table saw, allows for room for the guide washer on the end of my miter gauge, and prevents any issues if either table gets bumped out of alignment a little.
I then clamped down two straight scrap pieces as guides making sure that they were square to the back edge and parallel to each other. Next, I routed the grooves in two passes to get the desired depth. I cut the grooves roughly 18" long to be able to accommodate a wide table saw sled in a future project. Once those were finished, I added some more boiled linseed oil and polyurethane to the grooves. The last step to completing the top was to install the T-molding.
After doing some tests, I decided to use a little Titebond wood glue to secure the molding as it seemed to work the best. I used several small strips of painters tape to hold it in place while the glue dried. To go around the corners, I cut small notches in the molding which allowed it to bend nicely.
Then it was just a matter of working around the entire edge a few feet at a time applying glue and then tape. When I reached the end, I used a pair of sharp scissors to cut the molding to its final length. Once the glue dried, I came back with a sharp knife and finished up by cutting out notches in the T-molding for the miter gauge.
I then double checked it in several places along the table to verify that there would be no problems when using the saw. The extra storage should help considerably as well! And if you have any questions or comments, please leave them below. If you've made a favorite improvement to your workbench, be sure to let us know in the comments! Very nice! Almost exactly what I need, only lacking a mobile base so one can pull it off the saw and use it anywhere.
I see you commented on this last year - have you done so yet? I'd be very interested to see what kind of cam system you come up with! Reply 4 years ago. Great timing! Since we're also finishing up a Roubo-style workbench and actually building another later this year , this seemed like the best option. Or you could just mount the casters to one bench if that's all you had without the plates. My outfeed table with shelves mostly filled weighs probably lbs now.
And with just a little help lifting up the top, it's easy to engage these casters and then it is very smooth 1 finger pushing it around. Love the swappable casters with the use of the plated, great idea and just ordered, thanks for the discount tip too :. No problem! Reply 5 years ago. Hi, sorry I already have a huge back log of projects to build.
I just didn't see that contest, thanks for mentioning it. I was distracted by the "Table Contest" I suppose :. Beautiful workbench!!! I built myself a simpler workbench the same height as my table saw to serve the same purpose, but usually remains cluttered with my too-many usually forgotten projects. I like the idea of the additional shelf, which I could desperately use. I do ask, why do you need slots for the miter gauge? Does it extend off the saw table, or do you use large sleds?
I updated Step 10 - "Routing the Miter Gauge Grooves" with a photo of how my gauge extends off the table saw and a note about increasing the length for a future sled project. My miter gauge extends about 3" past the table saw edge, so it was either keep the outfeed table below the miter gauge slot or add the groove. More by the author:. The last photo shows how the miter gauge interacts with the grooves in the outfeed table.