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Free 2-in-1 shop cart & workbench woodworking plan

Whether you need mobile storage or a steady work surface, this portable helper with its fold-out extension perfectly suits a space-squeezed workshop. Raising the fold-away top creates a 58-1/2" wide by 21-1/2" deep workbench. Two-way locking swivel casters hold the cart in position when used as a tool or assembly stand.


 

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teamtriviapa wrote:

it's early¿ my brain isn't working¿ and I haven't built any cabinets yet. Thinking this might be my first one, though. If I wanted to set the sides into rabbets, I'd have to add 3/4" to the height of the side panels to keep the same finished height, no?

3/18/2014 07:12:49 AM Report Abuse
mr_innie1 wrote:

I just Dl'ed this plan and had no problems opened right up for me

2/24/2014 01:36:10 PM Report Abuse
ronnie1336763 wrote:

Downloaded just fine!

2/21/2014 01:34:32 PM Report Abuse
john r connell wrote:

Download worked fine¿ thanks for a new Spring project - if Spring ever gets here.

2/21/2014 09:44:30 AM Report Abuse
tomdenny wrote:

It downloaded for me without any problem and I didn't get any subscription requests either. Perhaps there are other problems with your systems.

2/21/2014 09:38:56 AM Report Abuse
vincent_rosati wrote:

Unbelievable!! I submit a comment about how annoying your subscription popups are, and then I am prompted to enter a security code, which I get after being hit with a (bleep) ad! Sheesh!

2/20/2014 02:54:41 PM Report Abuse
vincent_rosati wrote:

i agree with Mike Kelly about the endless subscriptions. These are especially annoying when: A. I am already a member. B. I have already seen your prompt this session. If you MUST, thyen once is enough!

2/20/2014 02:51:38 PM Report Abuse
mikekelley886 wrote:

Everytime I try to print or download plans I get a subscription form. I am already a subscriber, for now that is. If you can't fix this I may not renew.

2/20/2014 02:30:14 PM Report Abuse
SteveinCA wrote:

-No problem with download, opens fine- DJwoodwork- reinstall your pfd reader.

2/20/2014 12:04:42 PM Report Abuse
djwoodwork wrote:

Downloads but is unable to open due to being 'damaged'.... Not worth waisting time with this Magazines emails or web site. They do not have their 'act' or website together.

2/20/2014 11:23:10 AM Report Abuse
ohneplo1 wrote:

Downloaded just fine for me using IE 10 today

2/20/2014 11:08:12 AM Report Abuse
sngillis wrote:

crashes Opera as well

12/3/2013 04:42:54 PM Report Abuse
sngillis wrote:

Please fix you download links, as they are causing every browser I use (Chrome, Firefox, & IE) to crash.

12/3/2013 04:34:24 PM Report Abuse
svalle.00 wrote:

download not working on my side either... the link redirects to a 232kb PDF that can't be opened...

9/5/2013 10:22:06 AM Report Abuse
gregtn wrote:

Download worked OK for me. The file is about 2.7 MB. Looks like a great project!

5/9/2013 07:43:47 PM Report Abuse
jdurrell96 wrote:

The download link is not working....

5/7/2013 10:48:13 AM Report Abuse
Larry DeBlaay wrote:

If I had wanted to write comments, I could gripe about the government in the letters to the editor of our paper.

3/14/2013 08:39:13 PM Report Abuse
woodshaver wrote:

Please provide a direct download link. The link above does some sort of redirect, the download starts then terminates after only 200-500 kb of the file are downloaded. Thanks, Tom

3/14/2013 08:33:36 PM Report Abuse

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