Weekend Workbench Plan

"Weekend Workbench Plan" -- Build this heavy-duty workbench in one weekend!Plan includes 8-page instruction booklet, three 18" x 24" drawings and materials list.Overall finished dimensions 80''L x 34''-1/4''H x 30''D.

Weekend Workbench Plan
Weekend Workbench Plan
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Details about Weekend Workbench Plan:  Construction lumber and a weekend's work can produce the most used tool in the shop -- a workbench. The Weekend Workbench features a base made of 2x4s, and a solid-core door for a top.The bottom shelf and the optional drawers add a lot of useful storage. It may take a weekend to build, but it will probably last a lifetime.What makes the Weekend Workbench simple is the joinery. Though the frame ends are assembled with lap joints, they’re made by simply gluing together 2x4s instead of making difficult cuts. And the rails are joined with a draw-bolt system that allows you to disassemble the bench if you ever need to move it.We recommend a solid core door for the top (see photo). Solid core doors make excellent benchtops. They are available at home centers and builders supply companies. Ask for a ''second'' or slightly damaged door. These are typically sold for a fraction of the retail price. Or you can make the top from two sheets of 3/4'' plywood and a sheet of 1/4'' hardboard.The Weekend Workbench plan includes an eight-page step-by-step booklet and three 18" x 24" sheets of shop drawings. You also get a pre-printed shopping list you can take to your local lumber yard or home center. The list includes all the wood, supplies, and tools you'll need to build this Weekend Workbench.

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Name: Weekend Workbench Plan
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This Weekend Workbench Plan product is carried by Rockler, "the woodworking superstore." They're a family-run store for woodworkers, established in 1954, with the tools, wood, and materials to help your completed project be a source of pride to you and your family.

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