February 17, 2020
Love the concept. What is your opinion as using this as a workbench for furniture or project assembly and once completed taken apart? Looking for to build a very sturdy temporary structure that I can take apart and store when not needed.
- Stephen Kowalski
July 13, 2019
Useful plan that i adapted with 2x4’s throughout, cutting notches with my sliding compound miter saw (utilizing its depth control set at 1 3/4”) and a jigsaw. Using 2 Kreg project centers, i decided to set the side brackets to the the 3rd lowest setting and then covered the support with 3/4” plywood up to the center metal supports. This way i could still use the clamping ability of the supports ... you can cover the plywood with foam board to protect the wood or metal supports from your circular saw blade.
- Mark Oddo
June 13, 2019
Years I built one of these using plans from a woodworking magazine. However this plan includes the use of Kreg's parts that make it even stronger and more accurate. I would suggest using a "numbering" system that you can create to assist in the re-consctruction each time you need to put the grid together. I just use a series of vertical identifiers such as several lines that match with the identical number of lines at each corner. That way it can be out together by literally anyone without final knowledge of what it looks like.
- Rick Redfern
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