Building the ultimate ALL-IN-ONE woodworking station – PART 1

Building the ultimate ALL-IN-ONE woodworking station - PART 1
Building one workstation for all my most used equipment was tricky but with a lot a thought and good planning it seems like I’m on my way.

The idea is to build one woodworking workstation to make the most of the small space I have available.
On this station I’m planning on installing a table saw, miter saw, thicknesser and router table. I’m planning on adding centralized dust extraction to all the relevant equipment and a compressor to assist with clean up. I also plan on adding all my handheld power tools in drawers under the woodworking table with power points for easy and quick use.

This is the first installment of my building the ultimate all in one woodworking workstation. In this video, I focus on getting the basic framework up onto its rolling chassis. From there I will post videos on each tool or piece of equipment I add to the bench.

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Dimensions for stage one of the all in one workbench are available at https://woodworkjunkie.com/building-a-all-in-one-woodworking-workstation-part-1-plans-with-video-instruction

IMPORTANT – Disclaimer!

All of the videos on this channel are intended for entertainment purposes only.

Should you choose to make or do anything as depicted on this channel you would do so at your own risk.

Woodworking and the use of power tools can be extremely dangerous.
The equipment and methods I use may not work for you as it does for me and by no means do I suggest that my methods of
working are correct.
Therefore you should always use your equipment and power tools as instructed by the owners manual supplied by the manufacturer.

Always use protective gear where applicable and never attempt something you are not comfortable doing.

Your shop safety is YOUR responsibility, so therefore I accept NO responsibility or liability for any injuries or accidents you may have if you attempt to do the things that I do.

Please, stay safe and work smart.

Building the ultimate ALL-IN-ONE woodworking station – PART 1

12 thoughts on “Building the ultimate ALL-IN-ONE woodworking station – PART 1”

  1. 6:02 – "Daarsy"? Did I hear that right? Afrikaans by any chance? Regardless, nice video. I'm just starting out, I have a feeling you've fixed issues I'm still going to have, so will keep an eye out for your work.

    Edit: Lekker man. Na ek 'n paar ander comments gelees het sien ek jy is Afrikaans. 😀 Will definitely follow you, hopefully you're still in SA and I can figure out where you get tools/wood. Seems to be a problem over here.

  2. Hey there… I’m going to be moving from a large shop in the country to a small, one-car, garage in the city…I am thinking of solutions and like some of what I’ve seen here… how do you like it so far?

  3. Nice build. What was the little device you used holding up the timber when drilling the holes?

  4. Hi Jean, I just love this project because one can see that it's extremely well thought out. It is also clear that it would be very functional. I have a small workshop myself so I would like to know how big your space is. It would be nice if you could do a review video when most of it is done.

  5. Common sense would tell you thatIf you're going to address the camera from across the roomWe need to getA clip on microphone or something handheld to speak into.You're clearly talkingTwo .microphone that is across the garageHey I have a slight hearingDeficiencyFromCombat,But it's not that badBut it's bad enough to where I can't understand a word you are sayingBecause of theWe sound quality fromBeing across the roomNowhere near the microphone.You don't have to buy a new microphone, Just stay closer to the camera if you are not wearing the microphone.No one should be talking to microphone this whole way across the room

  6. I have a 1 stall garage in the US for my shop. I would 100% recommend making the base much stronger and only using 4 heavy duty wheels. You have way too many points on the ground that could mess up the level of your bench.

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