How to build a DIY workbench for woodworking projects using a Kreg HD jig pocket hole jig

How to build a DIY workbench for woodworking projects using a Kreg HD jig pocket hole jig
Warren from One Wood shows how to build a cheap and easy DIY island woodworking workbench with dog holes, joints are made using the Kreg HD pocket hole jig.

This woodworking workbench project was built for a little over 0 and can be made in a weekend, the joinery technique is simple and shows several options for joinery.

See the Ultimate triangle of squareness in action to easily set rails and legs at 90 degrees by just using a couple of clamps.

How-to build a workbench with a minimal amount of tools required and simple joints.

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Woodworking projects plans below:

Download free sketchup plan here: http://goo.gl/uhRE6r

Download Free PDF Plan (METRIC) here http://goo.gl/uhRE6r

Download Free PDF Plan (Imperial) here http://goo.gl/uhRE6r

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How to build a DIY workbench for woodworking projects using a Kreg HD jig pocket hole jig

14 thoughts on “How to build a DIY workbench for woodworking projects using a Kreg HD jig pocket hole jig”

  1. Warren, the plans indicate that you use 90 x 35 timber but the kreg HD us for minimum of 38mm thick wood. Did you change the drill depth for a 2 inch screw and used the 2.5inch screw or use it as you would use 2.5inch screws ie. for 2x4s?

  2. Hi Warren, How did you connect the MDF top to the bench framing? I didn't see any screw holes in the top… (it looked good)

  3. Greg products cost to dam much……Plastic sucks. I like steel or aluminum. Amazing how people pay so much for stupid Plastic HUH?

  4. I checked the batteries in all 4 alarms in our house… so thanks for making sure we are up on safety and have some good ideas for a workbench!!!

  5. Hi Warren, thanks for the informative video! How did you fasten the table top to the rest the table?

  6. Warren, nice video. Would you buy the triton router again if you had the choice and hindsight. I am looking getting the triton 2400w router.

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