TABLE SAWS

BUILD YOUR OWN
Bookshelf Bench

This bench was built completely on a SawStop Jobsite Pro. It offers much needed storage while looking stylish and flexible enough to work within any room in your house.

Receive your FREE Plans, SketchUp, PDF, and directions for this DIY project by entering your email below.

About These
Plans

The bookshelf bench is 60 inches wide, 16 inches deep, and 20 inches tall. These plans provide step by step instructions on how to build the bench completely on your SawStop table saw. This bookshelf is made with poplar, but can easily be made with other types of wood.

Download the plans to get detailed instructions as well as additional steps on how to customize the bench to your exact needs.

ENTER YOUR EMAIL BELOW TO CLAIM YOUR FREE BOOKSHELF BENCH PLANS





Email will contain link to article, SketchUp, and PDF plans for the project. By adding your email address you are granting permission to SawStop to email you important updates.

Designed By
Elisha albretsen

The Low Bookshelf/Bench was designed by Elisha Albretsen, the DIYer behind Pneumatic Addict. She is a life-long “Maker” who has been creating DIY Home Improvement content online for over 10 years. You can find Elisha’s how-to tips shared across social media, as well as her website PneumaticAddict.com.

Thank You

Thank you for your submission

Error

We are moving

We have outgrown our third headquarters, and are moving to a new, much larger home this week. Unfortunately, this means we will not be available via telephone or email from Noon PST on Monday, February 15th to 8am on Thursday, February 18th. We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your patience and support!

Dealer Locator

Notice

Effective February 1st, USA prices on most SawStop saws and many SawStop accessories will increase.

We continue to refuse to cut corners or compromise our dedication to product quality and customer care. After holding the line on prices for over a decade, we must make an adjustment to account for more than a decade of material, shipping and other cost increases. Our last price increase on saws was in 2008!

We don't like raising our prices, and we don't plan to make it a habit.

Price increases will vary by model and accessory. Some examples, expect the Contractor Saw to increase by $100, the Professional Cabinet Saw to increase by $150, and the Industrial Cabinet Saw to increase by $150-200 (the Jobsite Saw will not increase).

Thank you for your understanding and your support. For more information on expected price increases, please contact your local SawStop dealer.

Thank you,
Your friends at SawStop