Building an easy wooden workbench or work table.

Building an easy wooden workbench or work table.

Building an wooden workbench or work table is easy, if you follow the right instructions, by following @keltonflinders on TikTok you would be able to see many more great DIY projects that he does.

Plywood – Plywood as a workbench top offers medium durability at a reasonable cost. Layer the wood so the top is a minimum of 3/4 inches thick and you’ll have a sturdy surface to hold your projects. Plywood is also less likely to warp.34″ – 36″ (86cm – 91cm) tend to be the most common workbench height for woodworking. A height in between these two extremes tends to be the most popular, particular if you do a range of activities at your workbench. The traditional way to increase the work-holding capability is to place “dog holes” in your bench top, and allowing them to work in tandem with a face or end vise to secure parts of any size. In order to work best, these holes need to be drilled vertically… or at a consistent off angle, typically between 2-3°.

Credit goes to @keltonflinders on TikTok showing his amazing ideas to the world.
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  1. carl schroeder on September 20, 2023 at 8:13 pm

    do you have dimensions for the wood ..

  2. masterchief88 on September 20, 2023 at 8:19 pm


  3. xpminister on September 20, 2023 at 8:43 pm

    What type of lumber is it and size? Can’t tell if it’s 2×4 or 1×4

  4. Allen Roberts on September 20, 2023 at 8:52 pm

    I like that 2×4 work bench. I’m getting ready to make myself a few work benches.

  5. Brenton Moodley on September 20, 2023 at 8:52 pm

    This is great and I like that the frame allows for a thinner ply worktop. Is it sturdy enough attaching the legs like that?