The ability to make a workbench mobile is a necessity in a small workshop. See how to add wheels to 4×4 bench legs in a sturdier way than simply drilling into the end grain.
Getting the right wheels on your benches and work tables can make all the difference in creating a mobile shop design that works well and lasts for years. Discover what you need to consider when choosing the right caster for your project.
See how to setup and use both the Kreg Jig K3 and K4 for easily creating pocket holes.
They are quickly becoming my favorite shop tools.
And they make joining boards together so fast, easy, and strong.
This is, by far, the easiest way I’ve found to make super sturdy workbench legs from a 4×4.
You can use a circular saw to cut the notches for your 2×4 rails, but I found it was even easier to use my sliding mitre saw set to a specific depth. And no chiseling was required this way either.
See how I easily made mine.
Get all the details and dimensions on how I built this mitre saw station. It’s an easy DIY weekend project.
See how I built the material support shelves on each side of my mitre saw station build.
You’ll get all my tips and tricks for measuring and pitfalls to avoid, plus how I mounted each piece.