Stationary Powertools need a good base. If they don't come with one, you definitely want to build this one. It is easy to build and designed for a minimal amount of handheld power tools. However, stationary power tools like a table saw can make the job easier and faster. And a table saw is a tool that could make good use of this base.
With the workbench configurator, you can customize the design to the dimensions you need and the size of wood you have available. There is also an instructional video explaining the functionality of the configurator.
Another benefit is: you can disassemble the base into easier-to-handle sections. That makes finishing it and moving it to a location outside the workshop a lot simpler.
The plans include:
- 38 pages with detailed, written step by step assembly instructions and pictures during the build
- 21 3D drawings with dimensions
- 2D template for router jig used in this project
- cut list and layout
- hardware list
- workbench configurator!!! (with video tutorial)
- SketchUp file of the workbench
- link to an ad-free version of the video
The plan is a PDF document, which you can open in most Browsers or with a PDF reader. Most of you will most certainly have one installed. If not, you can download the Adobe reader here. After your purchase, you will be forwarded to a clickable button that will download all the plans files as a .zip-file. You will also get an E-Mail with your receipt and one with a download link. Check your spam folder as well. Then you need to extract the .zip-file to be able to open all plan files. If you encounter any problems, contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org