How to Build a 2×4 Workbench with Levelling Feet // DIY

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Use 2x4s to build a solid woodworking workbench, with diy hockey puck levelling feet for uneven floors.


Alessandro ramalho dos santos says:

muito bom πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜ŽπŸ‡§πŸ‡·πŸ‡§πŸ‡·

james mccarthy says:

Awesome use of the hockey pucks, liked and subbed

Duke Makedo says:

Hockey pucks look like they need a few washers. One 5/8 washer between bolt head and puck. A big diameter washer and 5/8 washer between top of puck and nut.

Despicably Irascible Rapscallion says:

How do you like your Ridgid planer?

Bang Bang Studio says:

How much ?😘😘

Sawdust by Brandon says:

Nice work man.

Nelson Qiao says:

perfect job. i am going to build a workbench as well, which will be based on one of my used table. thanks for your sharing. good to know the process.

Allyson Chains says:

The level of planning, prep & skill in this build is absolutely awesome! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Vinnie C says:

Do u remember how long your legs were??

Eugenio Rodz says:

Very smart construction techniques, I have learned a lot, thnks so much !!

Oliver Delica says:

Adding a vise?

Eli Ben David says:

is this music from django reinhardt?

Jim Campbell says:

Nice build, certainly very sturdy. I don't see what the hockey pucks are doing though, since the bolt goes all the way through and contacts the floor anyway.


Nice video. Can I ask why you didn’t put wheels? It looks like a very heavy construction to move. The only think I didn’t like was that the legs went out of the top. Good job thought. It will be nice if you put a small lever somewhere so you know right away if is leveled or not

Jacobus Johannes Caspers says:

We have seen it many times before,but it is still very fascinating and informative how YOU do it. Thanks Koos from Norway

Jacques Botha says:

Wow great build! How many 2×4 did you use? If you had no thickness planer, how would you recommend doing this build?

BronkBuilt says:

Very beefy table. Nicely done.

Ydkoll says:

This is definitely one of the best workbenches I've seen on YouTube. Its somewhat similar to Jay Bates workbench in my opinion. Although I do have a one question about your workbench. Why is it that most woodworkers lay the 2×4's upright as opposed to flat side down. Wouldn't you use less wood as your top? 2 inches of material seems like it would be hard to tear into. Right?

proximodaniele says:

Realy GREAT JOB !!!

Adrian Orozco says:

Beast Mode!!! Lifting that top one handed!!! Great build Corey!! Been saying this but I need to build a sturdy workbench too!

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