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October 2003

Issue Number: 151
Wood Store

Tough-Stuff Workbench Woodworking Plan

Two cabinets and a sturdy top make this design a cinch to build.

This no-nonsense workbench incorporates the essentials: simple base cabinets with deep enclosed drawer and shelf storage and a flat, stable 3x8' top with plenty of room for a beefy woodworking vise.

Includes the Easy-Mover Mobile Base plan.

Featured in
WOOD Issue 151, October 2003

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Mobile Sawing & Routing Center Woodworking Plan

Increase the capacity of your tablesaw and router by combining them in one accommodating twin-cabinet design. The advantages include a larger tabletop, ample onboard accessory storage, and dedicated dust containment.

This compact, wheeled work center provides all kinds of room for router bits, saw blades, miter gauges, wrenches, and other accessories. Includes the Easy-Mover Mobile Base.

Measures aproximately 30" tall, and 71" wide.

Featured in
WOOD Issue 151, October 2003

05.27.2014 | Wood Product
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Flip-Top Work Center Woodworking Plan

Now you can store benchtop tools in a jiffy, and create valuable counter space in the process.

It's no news that benchtop tools take up benchtop space, even when not in use, and that horizontal surfaces for assembly, finishing, or just tinkering are premium real estate in the shop. This ingenious cabinet lets you have benchtop tools without giving up your benchtop.

Includes the Easy-Mover Mobile Base plan.

Measures aproximately 32" tall, 71" wide, and 31" deep.

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