If you’re a maker or aspiring woodworker, building your own work table is a rite of passage! Without a workbench, your shop is incomplete. Everyone has various limitations for space and different folks have different workshop needs. That being said, take a look through these versatile DIY work tables that can be personalized and customized to the work that you do, which will in turn allow you to build better projects.
Image: Jen Woodhouse
This multipurpose table was constructed from salvaged lumber and a Craigslist door. It now features storage for an air compressor, table saw, hose reel, and a tool charging station! Get the details at Sawdust 2 Stitches.
This space-saving DIY has a drop-down surface so that you can get the most out of your workshop. Get the plans at Build Something.
This easy DIY workbench by Shanty 2 Chic can be rolled around to wherever it’s needed via 5” locking casters. It only cost $130 to build!
Rogue Engineer shows us how to build an easy, portable work surface for about 75 bucks OR two for $90!
Beerdidtrev shared this versatile table on Instructables. It has a built-in table and miter saw, wheels for mobility, and four power outlets!
Jen Woodhouse built this sturdy, shelved, and mobile unit that features extra built-in storage so that supplies are kept within an arm’s reach. Head to Jen’s blog to download the plans.
Check out this Roubo-style table featured on Benchcrafted which offers a variety of tool storage.