Building the legs.
Next, assemble the I-Beam as shown above, starting with the three 49-inch boards. To build this plan, you will need different sizes of 2x4s for the legs and I-beams, you will also need wood screws, and galvanized nails.
Once one leg is done, repeat with the other leg on the same side of the I-Beam. Project Plans 15 Comments.
Pittsburgh Steelers Fans. I drove two sticks, perhaps 2x4s, into the ground in crosses, then two more nearby, nailed the crosses together and put diagonal leg braces between the two sets. Attach one of the two cut pieces to the two legs on one side of the assembly, aligning them just on top of the square marks and with the ends of the boards flush with the sides of the legs.
Refined the plans of my horse — into a single. Measure 18 inches down from the square end and mark all 6 of the angled boards. Flip the sawbuck over and attach the next brace to the opposite legs on the other side of the sawbuck. Diagram 1: Using your pencil, scribe two lines onto the end board to match the outside ends of the side boards, as shown in the image above.
When you have two completed sides, attach them to the bottom assembly, making sure there's enough clearance for the casters. Investing in cedar or other weather resistant lumber is a good idea, as it will pay off on the long run.
Great aid if you have a wood heater and cut a lot of firewood. Sawhorse — Knockdown Workstation Accessories.
In as much as you can purchase sawhorses at the store, they may be quite expansive or not up to your specification. Notify me of new comments via email. Tools such as drills, miter saws can be borrowed. Hence, the need to build DIY sawhorses based on the measurement and style you desire. You also need a drill, mitre or circular saw, tape measure and a few other tools. Position them so that about an inch of closet pole sticks out at either end.
Cut the two boards to the lines, and attach them to the legs with 2 screws on each attachment point.