Check out the Kreg mobile project centre. They're fairly well thought out. The only thing I don't like is the 31.5-inch height, which is hard on the back. If you watch the video on this table, the idea is you buy two of them, link them with two 2x4's and a plywood top of whatever length you want, and there is your work station. The "MPC" is pricey but for the cost of what you have to pay someone with a CNC machine to cut your top, it might be worth looking at.So for an ideal size portable bench what size would you guys say or use. Im thinking im going to build a paulk bench but not sure what size would be best. Four by eight im sure is nice but a bit large for transport dayly. Mft3 is roughly two and a half by four im thinking to small. Im thinking three by five would be good. Small enough to transport easily and big enough to use for most thing what do u guys think. I can make it out of baltic birch because it is easier to get nere me rather than russian birch too.
I keep 2 keter tables in my work van. Very useful!!!:thumbsup:We also use the Keter folding work surfaces. They are really sturdy and light. We keep one in the van and have another we use as a miter saw stand. $50-$60 at Sams, Costco, and online.