The June 2021 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine features my article on the Maker Workstation. This is a basic PDF format drawing of the Classic Base designed for the 72″ workstation. All the basic dimensions you need are here. This is a simple workbench base design using materials available at any home improvement store or lumber yard. Seven 4″ x 4″ x 96″ are needed. Construction methods are using standard woodworking tools. Joinery is with 4 Domino joints at each intersection.
The extended online Popular Woodworking article that takes you through the process of constructing the Classic Base is available, here.
As a reminder….
CNC-made templates are required for this project. To make them, you need template CAD files, a CNC, or a CNC service.
Ready-made Maker Workstation templates are available for purchase as the woodworking. digital store.
See the print issue or popularwoodworking.com for more project information and step-by-step articles to help you build the project.
My request back at you: If you build a Maker Workstation, I’d like to see it. I’d appreciate it if you send a photo and if you post it on social media, tag @woodworking.digital on Instagram and use the hashtag #makerworkstation.
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