Yvo Koekkoek
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Cut legs A & rails B, C to size. Cut hand hole & mortises for hinges in back rail. Cut half lap joints in legs & rails. Lay assembly on bench & clamp swing-leg assemblies on top in open position. Make sure top edges & outside faces of swing-leg rails

Finished first

A mobile workbench, i like that the drop saw is rebated below the surface. also good storage underneath, possible lacks the mobility Im after

Just finished the “Ultimate Tool Stand” using plans from the now defunct Blue Highway Tour site. Through a bit of research, I’ve discovered that a fair number of people have built this project and I incorporated what I felt were their best modifications as well as some of my own.   The UTS has been called the “Swiss Army knife” of tool stands and I think you will see that its functions do indeed cover many applications, all in a mobile 2’W x 6’L x 3’H cabinet.   It serves as a workbench with…

Just finished the “Ultimate Tool Stand” using plans from the now defunct Blue Highway Tour site. Through a bit of research, I’ve discovered that a fair number of people have built this project and I incorporated what I felt were their best modifications as well as some of my own. The UTS has been called the “Swiss Army knife” of tool stands and I think you will see that its functions do indeed cover many applications, all in a mobile 2’W x 6’L x 3’H cabinet. It serves as a workbench with…