These plans are delivered digitally and include the Sketchup file and a PDF document with 63 pages of highly detailed plans which cover my entire miter saw station setup:
This is a modular system so you can use these plans to build a single work table with rolling workbench, or as many as you need for your garage or workshop.
These work tables / rolling workbenches have been incredible for helping me save space in my garage shop. The rolling workbenches tuck away under the main work tables when not in use and easily pull out to double my table space in a matter of seconds. The main tables are bar height (42″ tall) which helps save my back from bending over when working at the miter station. The rolling work benches open up for easy access to tools, and feature arches in the table top supports so that larger tools can easily slide in / out from the sides without needing to open the lid. When using the rolling workbench as a table, the shelves come in handy to store your drills and other tools which help keep your work surface clean and tidy. I designed the rolling workbenches to be the same height as my table saw so that they can also be used as infeed / outfeed tables as well. With the chop saw bridge, you can easily turn two rolling work benches into a secondary miter saw station. Need to save space in your shop? Look no further!