Simpson Strong Tie DIY Page
So, you have to build yourself a workbench, but you don’t have the time, skill or money to construct one of those could- double – as- an- altar- in- some- minor- woodworking- religion workbenches you see in woodworking magazines.
Never fear. If you can cut some 2×4’s and drive screws, you can build yourself a very decent workbench for a small investment of time and money.
Simpson Strong Ties, the folks who make hurricane tie-downs and other metal construction connectors, have a line of hardware that can allow you to build shelves, bins and workbenches. Their DIY page has all the plans and cut lists you need to put together a shop full of storage and work surfaces in an afternoon.
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Thanks for the link!And of course for your blog.
Tom, How do you find all these links? I can’t imagine the time you put into this! Great job!
Hey guys, thanks for the comments!
Finding these links is kinda fun. My kids like to go on treasure hunts – I guess I’m just like ’em, a kid at heart!
Nice work! Im going to base my workbench on yours. Thanks, MARG
hi-what size is this table? and which connectors did you use/ thanks
I’d like to make one… 🙂
The best place to look is at the Simpson Strong Tie website. They have plans and a kit you can buy.