The Ultimate Plywood Workbench

Well, since finishing the shop build I’m now back to building the other things I’ve been needing. First on the list is a proper workbench. I’ve built a couple of workbenches in the past but not of this size. I kept it simple by using a full sheet of 4×8 plywood for the top but jazzed up the ends with some french cleats for hardware bin storage. Down below I outfitted the feet with some quick release casters from Rockler. All and all the table came out perfectly and is going to serve me well for future projects. If you’re interested in building your own, you can find the plans here. Check out the video down below to learn a bit more.

Things I Used in This Project:

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Triton Track saw
Purebond Plywood
ISOtunes Bluetooth Hearing Protection
Jobsite Saw
Triton SuperJaws
Titebond Original Wood Glue

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Glue Brush
Triton Drills
18 Gauge Brad Nailer
Rockler Shop Block
Rockler Bandy Clamps
Rockler Bench Cookies

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Miter Saw Stand
Miter Saw
Titebond Thick and Quick
Rockler Quick Release Casters

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