These simple but sturdy sawhorses are perfect for a smaller workshop where space is at a premium. They tuck away easily and can also double as a base for a little extra workspace. Follow along at the link to build your own.
This butterfly sawhorse is a folding sawhorse that can be easily transported from place to place. When 2 clunky sawhorses are too much, build this one that is more like a sawhorse and a half. Follow along at the link.
Build your own heavy duty folding sawhorses for your workshop. You can customize the free plans to suit your needs. These ones are easy to move around and fold down for storage. Follow the free step-by-step plans at the link to build yourself a set.
Here is a great step-by-step tutorial on how to build your own sawbuck. Everyone who has ever cut firewood knows this is a lifesaver. Easy to build too.
Every workshop needs sturdy sawhorses. These ones even stack when not in use. Build them using these free downloadable plans.
Unlike typical sawhorses, these will not splay when holding up a heavy load. Free plans to build these sawhorses are at the link.
These low horses are easy to build and help keep your projects up off the surface of your workbench when needed.
At the link there are free downloadable woodworking plans to build a folding sawhorse as well as a video of the process.
The cheapest, easiest, ugliest, most functional sawhorse known to mankind.
If you are cutting trees or firewood, you should probably build a sawbuck first to make the job easier. Here is how to build it.