All-In-One Woodworking Workbench Plans Update – Plans Now Available!

All-In-One Woodworking Workbench Plans Update - Plans Now Available!

For everyone that has been asking me for more detailed plans of my All-In-One Woodworking Workbench, here they are!

Woodshop Junkies All-In-One Bench Plans:
https://woodworkjunkie.com/product/woodshop-junkies-all-in-one-woodworking-bench-plans

Or check out the 8 part tutorial:
https://woodworkjunkie.com/category/all-in-one-workstation

Videos on this build:

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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.
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working are correct.
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20 Replies to “All-In-One Woodworking Workbench Plans Update – Plans Now Available!”

  1. I need to see the assembly parts, I don't know if can find them around here. Also would need to adapt, because my table saw is a DeWalt 745… But it's a great project and I'm very interested

  2. Question: if you were to redo it/ remake it. Is there anything you would change, take in to account, or simple add/remove?

    Love the design but seems like it’s one idea followed by many new ideas. Just gauging from the fact I’ve watched almost every shop vid in one day.

    Thanks and keep going with this.

  3. Just finished watching your all-in-one table & am amazed at not only your skill with wood but also the forethought and planning that went into this project.
    How many hours would you say you spent on both planning and building it?

  4. Watched the whole series even tho I’m not a woodworker, but a nurse. I love your planning, foresight and engineering! Awesome work and I’ll share with my brother, who is a master carpenter. My grandfather was a craftsman also and he would have loved this!

  5. One last question. I watched on aww on your dust collection but in later videos didn’t see you using it. Did you have an issue with the setup? Thanks so much!

  6. I have a couple of questions for you. I know you hesitated with the electrical but I am familiar electrical wiring but don’t know what it’s American equivalent of what you show. I am also very curious as to what you used to set up your compressor to be automatic draining. I am the guy who when done with compressor empties the air and water valve

  7. Your workbench reminded me of a concept I had for an "Ultimate" workbench. It was made up of three modules (for easier moving) with all of the tools stored in order of use (in a counter clockwise direction).
    The tools would flip up, flip over, swing out, swing up from their stored positions, their platforms level with the table saw (visible), router table (router visible) and bench top.
    Each module had electrical outlets evenly spaced and each tool had dust collection tubing (with barrier panels that can turn on or off each tool / emergency stops still work).
    The modules would lock together, forcing electrical and dust exhaust to connect precisely. Sorry for the long comment. 😉

  8. Congrats on the wedding and as usual thanks for all your vids…I just put my miter saw in and now working on the vice and tool storage…will update when I'm finished…

  9. Sweet!! Great idea, your workshop is the best. It almost makes me want to go back to a single car garage just to build your unit. 🙂 However, I am spoiled now with lots of room. Good luck with your plans, I'm sure there will be lots of interest.

  10. I think, the only information I'd like to know in advance would be a lumber list to know if I'd be able to accomplish it prior to buying the plans.

  11. Awesome! I just stumbled upon this series of videos and loved the table. I'll be buying the plans as soon as possible, and even though I don't have a planner o table saw I think I can adapt it to my needs (I just bought a band saw so I th8ngkit can use the planner space.
    Cheers from Mexico,and congrats on the wedding!

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