This workbench is simple enough and cheap enough that you can make it in a morning, and yet it is big enough for serious woodworking and hobby projects. Add pegboard, a bench vise and a few other accessories and you will have a serious work center.
Save space by mounting a simple cabinet inside a wall between wall studs. You can build and finish it in a day for less than $50 following the free instructions at FamilyHandyman.
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Build a simple, strong workbench made entirely from 2x4s. It is inexpensive (less than $100) and takes only about four hours to build.
Upgrade any workbench with these DIY enhancements. 7 simple projects enhance functionality and increase the storage capacity of your workbench.
Miter saw stands are an essential, but expensive accessory for carpenters. Instead of buying one, save money and get a more versatile work table by building your own. Use the FamilyHandyman photos and free plan as a guide.
Make more room for tools and carpentry projects with space-saving workbenches that set up or come apart in seconds. Made from recycled doors and other readily available materials, all these designs from FamilyHandyman are both inexpensive and easy to build.
Here is instant protection for any kind of messy job. Before you start, just unroll enough rosin paper from this jumbo paper towel holder to protect your workbench. The thick paper absorbs all the glue or finish. When the paper gets too dirty, tear it off and throw it away. A roll of rosin paper is 170 ft. long, so one will last a long time. Here is how to build your paper holder.
Fit a huge work area into a small space with this folding workbench. Build this solid, roll-around, folding workbench in a day with simple hardware and only two sheets of plywood.