These free plans for a woodworking shop mobile cart are an easy beginner-intermediate project for the DIY’er!
If you’ve been following us for a while now, you’ll know that I work in a small shop. In fact, I’ve completely converted our single car garage into a woodshop. It hasn’t seen a car in years, and I’ve been slowly pushing out any other non-woodworking things like summer toys, lawnmower, and yard tools to make room for MORE TOOLS!!
The challenge is that all of these tools take up space. Some of them I use very often and some not. I don’t have much room for various workstations around the shop either, so I try to make everything do double-duty!
My latest build does not just serve double-duty, it is multi-purpose! It serves as a place to store two of my larger tools, my Kreg Foreman Pocket Hole Machine (which has been an incredible time-saver vs the K4 or K5), and my Kreg Bench Top Router Table.
It also stores all of my Kreg accessories in the drawer and any parts that accompany the larger tools. I can stick my various Kreg Clamps in the side rack that I added so that they are handy to grab when I’m assembling.
What else can this thing work for? I’ve also used it to host my thickness planer and used it as an out-feed table for my table saw. It’s just the right height (check the height of your table saw first before you build to see if it will work for this purpose as well).
I’ve also used it as an assembly station and an extension to my huge workbench (which you can also get the free plans for here).
It’s great to be able to push it out of the way when you don’t need it too. It’s been a valuable addition to the shop. I can also roll it outside in the nicer weather as a small workstation to set my tape measure, pencils, and squares on when I’m working with my saws in the sun!
So, you can grab these easy free plans over on Kreg’s DIY project site, Build Something. While you’re there I’m sure you’ll find a lot of other great ideas you’ll want to build this weekend 😉
This post was sponsored by Kreg Tool. All thoughts and opinions are my own.