Workbench with a Flip Top mitre saw station – all in one solution workbench PART 2
In this video I will be adding a flip top to my workbench to house my sliding mitre saw on one side, and a large work area on the other. The biggest challenge was to make sure that both sides are flush with the main workbench top.
Part 1 of the workbench – https://youtu.be/VTJSjHjZ7_k
Workbench for small workshops – all in one solution PART 1
In this video I will be building the frame for my workbench. Its made from cheap and widely available materials – 2×4’s (38mm by 89mm) and some studs (38mm by 63mm). The whole workbench is mobile and will house a flip top with my mitre saw – when not in use it will give me a massive work area. Underneath the bench there will be storage for my joiner and thicknesser, both on mobile bases with a smart lifting solution. The bench will also have a back attached that will go all the way up to the joists of my workshop. This will be the place for some smart storage solutions. There will be several parts of the build so make sure to Subscribe to my channel and press that bell notification button to make sure you will not miss any of my future videos.
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