Weekend Workbench Plan

Some construction lumber and a weekend’s worth of work can produce the most used tool in the shop… a workbench. The solid-core door makes a strong flat benchtop. Look for one that’s scratched or dented and you can get a solid top for a few bucks. Bolted...

Twin-Screw Workbench Plan

With solid construction and two vises there isn’t a task this classic workbench can’t handle. A great workbench needs to have a couple important qualities. First it has to be solidly built. You don’t want it sliding or moving around as you work. Second it...

Wall-Mounted Workbench Plan

Transform a few feet of wall space into a workshop with these three simple projects. These three projects prove that all it takes is a few feet of wall space to create a comfortable shop. The thick rugged workbench can withstand heavy use. A simple rack keeps your...

Torsion Box Workbench Plan

Flat stable and strong — you get it all with this unique bench that stands up to any task. A good bench really has some pretty stiff requirements if you think about it. For starters it has to be stable so it doesn’t wobble or scoot across the floor. And it needs to be...

Shaker-Style Workbench Plan

This traditional design is as useful today as it was 200 years ago. It has all the features you need for building great projects. This bench is designed to hold just about any size or shape of workpiece at whatever angle you need. The tail vise and accompanying dog...