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BEST DIY WORKBENCH BUILD EVER!!

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In this video I show you my preferred method of building a simple yet strong, cost effective workbench using Simpson Strong-Ties to hold it all together. This particular bench is five feet wide, two feet deep and forty-six inches tall. I decided to have this custom diy workbench at belly button height which for me was 46" tall. This is a very simple workbench that is easy and quick to build and I hope this video helps to inspire you to build your own! You'll need: 1 Sheet of 3/4" plywood (Cut at Home Depot) 7 2x4's 8ft long 8 Simpson Strong-Tie brackets 1 box of 100 Simpson screws 24 2" screws for the top and shelf. List of products used: Simpson Strong-Tie WorkBench Kit: https://amzn.to/2Da04Xw Simpson Strong-Tie: https://amzn.to/2WHqcCc Makita 12v Drill: https://amzn.to/2t8f0AZ DeWalt 12" Miter Saw: https://amzn.to/2GmMF1D ***This channel is for entertainment purposes only! Do not do what I do. Do not take my advice. I am not a professional. The methods I use may be completely wrong and/or dangerous. Please seek professional help with anything and everything and do your own due diligence (research). Working on cars is extremely dangerous. I am not responsible for any loss of life or limb or property. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH. THIS CHANNEL IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!*** FTC Disclaimer: I am an Amazon affiliate. As such, I earn a percentage of sales made through Amazon Affiliate links found in the description of my videos and on my website and other places.
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Simpson Sponsered Video mate?
Tomas Faal Petersson (7 days ago)
what's with the shouting?
captainkidd1234 (12 days ago)
With larger screws and some glue or adhesive,you don’t really need the strong ties. That would save some dollars.Plywood is the better choice over OSB. Great video for a fast and economical work bench.
Kcducttaper1 (14 days ago)
Strange coincidence this came out the weekend after I just built some shelves for ~$100. Mine are 2' deep by 8' long and have 4 shelves going right up to the ceiling. If you use decking screws to screw your shelves to the legs and get some cheaper material (OSB, particle board, MDF, etc...) for the surface, that'll cut way down on cost.
shoes121255 (14 days ago)
If you use framing nails it will be even cheaper. Nails have more shear strength than a deck screw and are likely a better choice for something load bearing.
Des420 (16 days ago)
Messed up on that one leg huh? I don't miss much...
The Urban Suburban (16 days ago)
Nice little project James.
Bubba G (16 days ago)
Awesome work bench
The Juice (16 days ago)
Awesome I love building stuff awesome bunk-bench!!!!
Herluf Robertson (16 days ago)
Great job looks very sturdy
Jehu Morales (16 days ago)
Great work bench👍👍
Ken Switzer (16 days ago)
Good job Jimmy, quick, precise and well presented. Thanks for the tip on materials.
Mauricio Rodríguez (16 days ago)
100 dollars? Toooo expensive!
1 Road (16 days ago)
You can't get much cheaper than that for a legitimate workbench that looks cool to boot
Fredrick3577 (16 days ago)
https://youtu.be/xMTTNm7sM08
TreeFriar (16 days ago)
Nice work, Jimmy! This means more videos, right?
1 Road (16 days ago)
Abso-friggin-lutely
amari odom (16 days ago)
best diy guy ik
Canadian kid (16 days ago)
This is great , Thanks, I'm going to use a iron pipe on the left frount leg for support of a vise ......👍🇺🇸
Canadian kid (16 days ago)
+1 Road Found a Vintage USA made vice and Anvil on E-Bay free ship, still much better than the imported ones, much stronger .....🇺🇸
1 Road (16 days ago)
Will be getting a vise very soon!! Any suggestions?
FisherMan (16 days ago)
Great Video!
kevin Chumley (16 days ago)
What camera did you use to shoot this video? It has great quality.
1 Road (16 days ago)
Sony RX100v. It's what I shoot all my videos on. Great little camera.
missingremote (16 days ago)
Should be 42 inches high, probably
1 Road (16 days ago)
The beauty of it is if I need to reduce the height it's as easy as just chopping a few inches off the legs. Also, I'm 6'3" tall
Carol Madera (16 days ago)
Nice looking bench! 👍
Ariyana Dumon (16 days ago)
Heh, screwed every hole and filled it. Gigity.

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