How to Make a Rolling Woodworking Shop Cart // Infeed Table and Sanding Station

Make woodworking easier with the ultimate shop cart that can be used as an infeed table, outfeed table, support table and sanding station!

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Most of the supplies used in this woodworking project come from Kencraft:

Cutting Mat:
Router Pad:
Paper Roll:
Tape Measure:
Table Saw:
Miter Saw:
Kreg Pocket Hole Jig:
Casters (similar):
Pin Nailer:
Air Compressor:
Drawer Slides:
Hot Glue Gun:
Laser Cutter:
Large Bandsaw:
Shop Towels:
Drawer Foam:

How to Make a Workbench:
Workbench Part 2 / Accessories: Coming Soon!
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Toledo, OH 43606
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20 Replies to “How to Make a Rolling Woodworking Shop Cart // Infeed Table and Sanding Station”

  1. 6:21 Measure once, cut twice… or make something that doesn't work how you wanted it to. LOL

    Just because you can make a video doesn't mean you should. Let me guess, you wen out and bought smaller glue bottles.

  2. Wait, why did you decide on using the craft paper on the short side, unrolling long ways when you could have used the long side of the table, rolling out the (uncut) paper over the width instead. Wouldn't that have done the same job, using less paper in the long term?

  3. Man, don’t know how I missed this! Excellent build! This is right in my wheelhouse. My maker space is a one car garage and I have been looking into a multi use work station! I’m def going to use this as inspiration when I build mine!

  4. David, do you have a set of plans for this Rolling Woodworking Shop Cart? I currently have a workbench that is 96"L x 24"W x 36"T. I use it to hold a lot of things, but I'm limited to my 2 car garage, and am planning to take apart my main workbench and incorporate this woodworking cart. Frankly speaking, I have way too much stuff, for a novice woodworker. I have made one rolling assembly table, but can't use it because I have my drill press and band saw on it. I'm trying to organize and this may help me some. If you have some of the dimensions of the lumber, that may help.

  5. Great project. I use full extension drawer slides from Lee Valley that have internal bumpers that hold the slide/drawer closed when moving my cart around. So far, I haven't had any issues with the drawer opening. I'm sure they're available at most hardware stores.

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