Add your own lumber to make up to a 8 foot by 4 foot by 36 inch workbench. No miter cuts are required. The kit includes 4 workbench legs, 6 shelflinks, and assembly hardware. The sturdy 2 by 4 framing and advanced engineering makes the workbench stronger and more stable than other workbench kits. Each shelf will hold up to 1000 pounds. 6 strong shelf links are included in this kit. Shelf links can support spans up to 8 feet and up to 1000 pounds.
- Custom workbench of any length (up to 8-feet), width (up to 4-feet), and configuration, 36-inches high
- Only 90 degree cuts are required, all hardware is included
- Workbench and ShelfLinks support spans up to 8-feet (2.4 m) and 1000 pounds (400 kg) per shelf
- Includes 4 workbench legs, 6 ShelfLinks; lumber not included
- Lifetime warranty
This do-it-yourself system lets you create a bench that's the exact size you want--up to 8 by 4 feet--by just adding lumber (not included). Assembly is incredibly easy, thanks to the included, easy-to-follow instructions and cut lists. All you need is a powered screwdriver and a saw--no other tools are necessary. For added convenience, only straight, 90-degree cuts are required--no miters or angles--and all the hardware you'll need is included in the kit. When assembly is completed, the work surface height will measure approximately 36 inches (90 centimeters).
Sturdy 2x4 framing and advanced engineering make this kit stronger and more stable than most other workbench solutions. In fact, each shelf will hold up to 1,000 pounds (400 kilograms). An added bonus, the materials are made of heavy-gauge resins and are impact- and solvent-resistant for long-term durability.
With the Workbench Assembly Kit, you are no longer limited to a standard-sized potting bench--you can make a unit as small as 2 feet by 2 feet to use as a plant stand.
In addition, you can use the included bonus
- Four workbench legs
- Six ShelfLinks
- Assembly instructions
- Warranty information
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you give me a general estimated idea of the cost to assemble this assuming a table top size of around 5'x2' or 3'?
The size you choose really makes little difference because you will likely have to buy the 2 x 4's in 8' lengths anyway (unless you are assembling one at 2' x 2' or 4' x 4'); since I don't know what part of the country you live in and prices vary by region, figure $40 - $ 50 for the lumber here in the NW
I would like to have a Bench thats 43" tall. How hard would it be to install something like 4x4's on the bottom to raise it up?
Lengthening the legs is not an especially good option. You could raise it to 43" by using 2x12 top rails (11-1/2") instead of the 2x4's it was designed for. You would want to install interior corner blocks with the rails to stabilize them and provide seats for the top.
What is the distance between the top of the bottom shelve and the bottom of the work top if I was to use 2x4?
The distance between bottom of the work top (bottom of 2x4) and the top of the bottom shelf 2x4 is 24" (2 feet). You need to subtract the thickness of the bottom shelf plywood as well. Let say if you use 3/4 plywood for bottom shelf so it would be 24" - 3/4" = 23 1/4" etc.
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