Easy Tool Stands for the Workshop

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27 Comments

  1. I don’t care that this was another shop furniture build, your story telling and the super editing had me laughing and really, really enjoying the whole thing.
    Superb stuff thank you for sharing.

  2. Glad we finally talked about the damn drawers! But my Grandma ALWAYS had soft-close drawers in her woodworking shop.

  3. Extra good video, I liked the running jokes about the drawers, that style always kills me.

  4. No soft close drawer slides, but walnut edge banding is appropriate for shop furniture.

  5. That false door looked so good. Impressive. I may try that on my outfeed table i am building to church it up.

  6. That fein turbo shopvac is by far the best one I have used. Very quiet and great suction. I don’t own one personally but I have been wanting to get one for awhile. Also this table came out great! I want to make something similar for my omtech laser, just not as tall probably.

  7. That false door is AMAZING! Love this idea so much. Great project as always! <3

  8. Excellent work, Dave! And it turned as beautiful as any shop furniture needs to be! 😃
    Stay safe there with your family! 🖖😊

  9. Fantastic build and video. Your style is amazing and so entertaining. Thank you for what you do.

  10. The sass about drills and drilling is back and I love it so much. Even more than the REM reference when sanding.

  11. This really exceeded my expectations compared to your description on the podcast. Really an underrated build. Great work and a ton of good tips in there.

  12. I’m always so jealous of the quality of the plywood you got there. In my country the edges are never that clear and smooth, at the most we have 6 layers, and the faces usually have very contrasting spots, and i’m talking about the nice quality ones, Furniture grade stuff , which is guaranteed to not have voids between the layers (which they sometimes do anyway)

  13. Nice job David. That style of shop furniture is my favorite. Simple to build, plenty sturdy. I’m not a fan of the iron on/adhesive edge banding either.

  14. Great video, Dave~! I like that false front for the open space below. I’ll be looking at a CNC soon and this looks like a good solution for a platform/stand. (Still deciding on which CNC to go with.) Thanks much~!

  15. Beautifully filmed! I really loved the sweeping camera motions when at the table saw. It gives the scenes visual interest beyond what you’re doing on screen. I gotta get me a Dan. Heck, I’ll even take a Chuck at this point!

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