Jan 11, 2018

Believe me!!! You do need this workbench...

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Nowadays, we all tend to look for easy and multi-usage tool and furniture that can also be adapted to the space…

This is one of the reason why, we have been thinking and designing about Transform-IT.

Basically a workbench, this tool can also be changed into a table, a drawing table, a kid desk, a cocktail stand or even a table saw cart.

Several usage that could make it one of the best multi-usage furniture in your house.

 

Now time to make yours!!!

At the following link you’ll find a plan “TRANSFORM-IT” for a small fee and below the steps, material needed and quick preview video to support you in that process…

Keep in mind that we will be also adding some free upgrades plans once in awhile so you can fully take advantage of this design.

Materials:

 

1- Start by cutting each pieces at the desired dimension

 

2- When they are all cut, assemble each frames...

 

3- attach the swivel wheels at the bottom

 

4- completed the frames with the middle sections

 

 

5- screwing each arms on each pieces of plywood

 

 

6- screwing the hinges to attach the arms...

7- attach the top arms...

 

 

8- attach the middle arms...

9- testing the closing mechanism...

10- And finally, testing if the foldable dimensions are corrects

 

 

 

To be continued....

 

 

Mr ATC as usual for another idea of housing...

 

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