Build a roll-around shop table from one sheet of 3/4″ plywood. This woodworking shop project is a great asset in any shop! Use it for an assembly and outfeed table as well as a portable tool caddie. Master woodworker George Vondriska gives you the complete workbench plans, tells you what hardware you’ll need and discusses design options to customize it for your shop. Once you’ve built a shop table, you’ll wonder how you got by without it.

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  • Storman

    George, I was thinking of making it a height that would roll under the table saw wing. Then adding a hinged top or second top that would be outfeed height when in the up position and stored position would be folded to the side. Probably use piano hinge. Your thoughts on this and if you like it how about a follow up video! It would help us space starved guys.

  • http://fcogwaco.com Steve Kreins

    George, you have no idea what a blessing you are to me and others who never had a woodworking teacher! This project is just what I need in my shop!