Garage workbench -Building a workshop workbench against the wall to save space and maximize floor space. You will need to locate studs in the wall to tie. Build your upper worktable of 1.8 cm (4.3 inch) cabinet grade plywood and add 5 to 10 cm (2 by 4 inch) frame to withstand even the heaviest workloads. Locate your bank about a wall outlet for access to electricity. Paint or stain your bank for a finished or leave it raw to save time and money look.
Garage workbench locates studs in the wall with a stud finder. Place the locator flat against the wall and press the buttons on each side. Move the locator along the wall. As a bolt passes, which it will light up and beep. Mark the location. Mark all posts where the bank is located.
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Garage workbench, cut pieces frame 5 by 10 cm (2 by 4 inches) timber. Cut three 1.2 m (48 inches) to the front, back and heel support, three to 52.5 cm (21 inches) to the end and intermediate supports and two square keys cut at 45 degrees on each angled miters end to the other, with the long edge at 75 cm (30 inches). Cut a worktable of 1.8 cm (4.3 inch) plywood of 60 cm by 1.2 m (24 by 48 inches).