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A portable workbench with loads of storage space for tools and materials.
I made this workbench build up as I went along, without any plans. The workbench measures 885mm high, 2285mm wide and has a depth of 870mm.
I used pocket holes to join the horizontal supports to the vertical posts in the frame. I mostly use the Kreg K5 Dowel Jointing System Pocket Hole Jig and find it easy to use and very durable.
I built cupboards in the workbench, but I will also build overhead cupboards and mount them to the wall for extra storage.
Learn how to build your own portable workbench with plenty of storage by following this step-by-step guide by experienced Workshop member Peggers. There’s also a guide for building a matching garage storage unit so you can keep everything you need for your next build close at hand.
Workshop member JoeAzza took apart his existing workbench to build a frame that would accommodate wheels and added a beautiful Ash timber benchtop from Bunnings.
Workshop member Hazel built her table saw into this portable workbench and used reclaimed timber from a tenpin bowling lane for an extra sturdy top.
In need of more tool storage and a bigger work area, Workshop member Rodney designed this custom workbench with loads of built-in tool storage.
Workshop is a friendly place to learn, get ideas and find inspiration for your home improvement projects