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Building Your Own Wooden Workbench

Finished (for now)! Total materials cost: about $170. I wanted to get it all loaded up with the rest of my tools, but it started raining and I was exhausted. I'm going to be adding some upper shelves in the middle two sections too for storing smaller tools.

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Quick-Convert Tablesaw/Router Station — This easy-to-build mobile tool stand packs a shop full of convenience in a small package. With a footprint of less than 7 square feet when folded, this tool stand expands into a massive 17-square-foot tablesaw work surface. And it’s multi-talented—to switch to a router table simply slide out the on-board router drawer. http://www.woodstore.net/qutast.html

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The small size of the saw table on compact table saws makes it difficult to cut large pieces like plywood. This mobile table saw station extends to create a large work area and then folds up into a compact package that can be stored out of the way. Cutting diagrams and materials list are available free at http://www.shopnotes.com/issues/104/extras/table-saw-workstation/

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Table Saw Work Station - by phil619 @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

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