How to Set Up a Garage WorkshopPosted by plumbingpros in Home Improvement Tips, on January 16, 2017
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva heads to Chicago to transform a garage into a woodworking shop. Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/ask-toh-workshop-light-switch Cost: $2,000-3,000 Skill Level: Moderate Tools: Miter saw
Pocket hole jig Shopping List:
Sheet of ¾” Birch plywood
Table Saw stand Steps:
1. For the folding workbench, build a frame out of 2×4 lumber approximately 4 feet long by 3 feet wide. Include two additional 2x4s for center supports. 2. Attach a 2×4 leger to the long side of the workbench using hinges. This leger will screw into the wall. 3. If you’re also using the workbench as an outfeed table, it should be slightly lower than the top of your table saw. Once you know that height, cut two 2x4s to serve as legs and attach them to the inside of the front of the frame using hinges. 4. Use a masonry drill bit and concrete screws to fasten the leger of the folding workbench to the wall. Cut ¾” plywood for the bench top, and allow 1 1/2-2” around three sides for an overhang for clamping. Attach the workbench top to the frame by countersinking screws. For more stories like this from Bay Area Plumbing Headquarters, bookmark our site.