If you’re trying to set up a comprehensive wood workshop, then one of the things that you’ll want is a sawhorse. Fortunately, you can put your own wood working skills to use by building your own sawhorse. The following are a few tips for building a sawhorse:
Building a stackable sawhorse isn’t difficult. Not only do you only need a few materials and tools, it will only take roughly ten minutes of your time to build. First of all, you’ll need some nails or screws along with 8 pieces of 30” 2x4s for the legs and 6 pieces of 32.5” 2x4s for the I-beam. As long as the height of the legs match, you can adjust the lengths to whatever your preference is.
Construct the I-beam to be used as the base of the sawhorse. You can simply put them together using deck screws to attach each section. Put the legs right under the sawhorse’s top and then nail it into the I-beam with the use of a square pattern.
Building your own sawhorse isn’t difficult and won’t take much time. If you are in need of wholesale timber in Kansas City, then contact us at Schutte Lumber today.