If there is one problem any carpenter wish to remove, it might be the shaking workbench. When the table shakes, it might push the saw from the cutting line. This slight error will make untidy cut or even worse, the unfitted match. This is why building a solid workbench should be done carefully.
Attaching Wall Support
The rule of a good workbench is natural lighting. This is why wall side with big windows would be a perfect spot for the solid bench plan. Attach three supportive long boards to the wall; on the top, middle, and bottom. For this purpose, the carpenter should use screw. The height could be matched with the desired plan.
Building The Bench Top Frame
There is a way to make a simple table top; building it on the board. Take the longest board to cover the width of the board. Then, stretch the shorter board that could fit the space. How to measure it? Simply clamp the long boards together and see how the shorter one should be adjusted. Then, screw all the fitted board together.
For the legs, first add a board on the each end. The length of this board should be longer than the main frame. After that, pick a leg and make it stand in the inner corner. The final product would be a rectangular outer edge. Next, drill the leg to the long board. To make sure the composition stays as it is, clamp them before drilling.
Attaching To The Walls
In this step, the carpenter needs help from another person. Lift the frame and put it on the prepared bench frame. Be careful of the overhead lights. Then, screw the long board to the walls using long screws. Take the last long board and slip it in the inner legs. Clamp them together and screw 5/16 inches bolts.
Setting The Bench Top
Add a touch of coat before putting the bench top on its place. It helps preventing bloating board after absorbing the room moisture. Find the center spot and mark it. Drill 3/16 inches holes and let the screw sink in the board. Spread a generous amount of glue on the board and put thicker board on it.
Have you ever missed a cut because the table shakes? Well, from now on those kind of accident will not happen. Replace the old workbench with more solid structure. Leaning it against the wall would be a smart step to take. The other procedures are relatively easy to follow, too. Good luck!