Garage Workbench. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 20:41:17 PM
Even if you only use hand tools to make your own wood crafts, you will never know when you might have to use a power tool, and garage workbenches are of no help when they are a great distance away from an electrical outlet. Plan your work area properly to make sure that you have everything you need including drawers, pegs for hanging tools, safety ladders, and of course, a good power source. This will make your woodworking project easier to do and more convenient.
Finally, with location, and storage options figured out, its time to calculate all the supplies, and tools youll need for building your new garage workbench. Try not to leave out anything. Accurately calculate the number of screws or nails youll need so you make sure to buy enough first time around. Youll have a good idea of the cost of your project by accurately projecting these needs. You can save a lot of money buying these fasteners in bulk, and if you have some left over - thats one less hardware store trip the time you need nails.
You garage workbench will be more durable if you construct it with wood screws and bolts instead of nails, which tend to work loose after a while, and a wobbly workbench is not a safe carpentry setting. A very basic workbench consists of a wooden plank sized for your needs, and Four evenly-cut two-by-fours which will be its legs. You can cut the legs to whatever length places the surface of the garage workbench at a comfortable height; a thirty-one inch high workbench work well for most people.
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