How to Build a 10ft Professional Workbench for under $100 | 34

How to Build a 10ft Professional Workbench for under $100 | 34

Today, on Workshop Edits, I’m upgrading my workshop in a massive way by building a massive 10′ x 2′ workbench with four massive drawers underneath and a second shelf to sit all of my power tools on. This build is simple and can be done in a single afternoon and has changed the functionality and aesthetics of shop long term.

I also used some BEAUTIFUL walnut veneered plywood left over from a project from Purebond to make some false drawer fronts. Purebond is a no-added formaldehyde product sourced and manufactured in North America and is the highest quality plywood material I have ever worked with.

Check out their website here for more information:

(It’s really amazing stuff!)


Written article for all the dets:

2 x 4′ x 8′ x 3/4″ Sanded Plywood
2 x 10′ x 4″ x 4″
6 x 2′ x 4′ 10′
1 x 5mm x 4′ x 4′ plywood
TiteBond II Wood Glue:
2.5″ Screws

SAWSTOP Contractors 30” Saw:

10 in. Sliding Compound Miter Saw:
Miter Saw Stand:
Circular Saw:
Impact Driver:
Cordless Brad Nailer:

K5 Pocket Hole Jig:
Quick Clamp:

Canon Rebel EOS T2i:
Main Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens:
Blue Snowball Mic (VO Recording):

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Thanks for watching!
Zach aka TheCuttingBored



Steve Boulay says:

i use ply wood in pieces for the top just incase they need ot be replaced…..just a thought from what i do

Freeman McCullough says:

This will be my next project and I'm looking for to making those notches. I think I'll practice on some 2×4's first. Great video of your work without all the music and talking.

jx14aby says:

Very impressive.

Broiler 25RUS says:

Такой залепон получился. Хуита

Brackish Life says:

I love the no frills approach, functional not fancy. A lot of my lumber is reclaimed or salvage and I make do with what I have, this is refreshing and makes me believe I can make more, keep up the good work and video style. New Subscribe!

Conquer Your Kitchen says:

I don’t have room for this, but I love watching how-to vids for when I do. If you’re into cooking, I welcome you over to my channel too! 😊 Good stuff brother 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽

skyboy1956 says:

You're going to regret not having low friction slides on those drawers……

SweeturKraut says:

I'm buying a house very soon. I'm totally stealing this idea for my garage work bench. Great build man.

Brad Davies says:

I just made a 12' bench using this idea and I love it! I am now starting a 14' version of the same bench and can't wait to finish it and set up my shop. I could have doubled up the 2×4's for the legs , but I liked the idea of the 4×4 posts. Wood glue and the 2 1/2 construction screws have made the bench rock solid. Notching out the posts took the most time, but it was worth it. Thanks for the ideas!

Charles Kos says:

Mate that must weight as much as car! OMG! 🙁 Fantastic work tho! Woooohoooo! Gonna put wheels?

Charles Kos says:

Amazing job mate! I don't think I will do so much trouble with mine, just screw the sides directly into legs with glue maybe lo.

Charles Kos says:

Lots of Ryobies! U rich man! 😉

Christopher Widdis says:

Nice frame, just what I was looking for

bradturbo44 says:

Nice job all the best john from uk

Patriot Sleeper Cell says:

Ryobi central

Dhia Alaboosi says:

Cool project and good job

David The Good says:

Great work.

Hrsplit Hr says:

Never screw through knots

Steven Andronovich says:

DIY work bench for under $100
Step #1. Find $200 of spare wood

dirtysteve40 says:

What movie inspired you to put drawers in?

Justin Dow says:

Great Job!!

fERRIT says:

Literally within the first 20 seconds you falsify the entire title. Its not under $100 and its not 10ft

pa Wo says:

Good work bud but it’s hard to take anyone with all Ryobi tools in the background seriously. That bench is now better quality and worth more than all your tools put together

Eric R says:

bro if you are gonna get a vice get a vice not a toy lmao

Fox Family Heating and Air Conditioning says:

well done sir

geoff burrill says:

No offence, but why not use a chisel ?

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