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Kreg Universal Bench

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Kreg Tool


Any Space. Any Task. Any Size. The Kreg Universal Bench makes it easy to create a workbench, assembly table, tool stand, or outfeed table in a custom size to fit your space, your projects, and your needs. Just choose your height, choose your width, and choose your depth to create a bench in one of 15 sizes—from 14"x14" up to 64"x64"—and two adjustable heights.

Rail Lengths:
14", 20", 28", 44", 64"
15 possible sizes from 14"x14" to 64"x64"

Square-shoulder bolts for easy, accurate assembly

Bench Top & Shelf:
Build from materials of your choice - Not included with bench

Legs available in two heights accommodate different project needs
Leg levelers and feet allow 6" of unlimited height adjustment (15¼" to 21¼” and 29" to 35")
Made from heavy-duty 12 gauge steel
Build a bench top and shelf materials of your choice - Not included with bench
Predrilled holes allow for additional customization
3" dual-locking casters available
Free under-bench storage downloadable plan included with legs

WOOD magazine review

Build a rock-solid workbench in no time

Review Summary

Kreg’s Universal Bench system makes it fast and easy to build a sturdy workbench, assembly table, finishing table, or tool stand. Just bolt together a set of these 12-gauge, angled-steel legs and rails for a rock-solid stand, and then screw on a top you make to suit your needs. It’s that simple. The legs come in two adjustable heights: 15¼–21¼" and 29–35".
The rails come in 14", 20", 28", 44", and 64" lengths, giving you 15 possible footprints from 14×14" to 64×64". In addition to the predrilled assembly holes, the legs and rails have holes for adding shelves or enclosing the sides. We made multiple stands for the WOOD® magazine shop and love them. A 44×44" stand with a laminated MDF top doubles as a secondary workbench and tablesaw outfeed stand. A 28×44" bench with short legs, locking 3" casters ($60 for a set of four, part no. PRS3090), and 3/4" sealed plywood top serves as an assembly and finishing table and nests under the larger bench. We also made a portable table with tall legs for finishing small projects. (No stooping for us tall guys!) —Tested by Kevin Boyle, Senior Design Editor

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