As a carpenter who primarily focuses on custom furniture and built-ins, I’ve found the track saw has become something of a necessity for the way I work. Could I get by without it? Sure, but with the amount of time I save using one vs. other methods to make crosscuts as well as more complicated compound cuts, I can honestly say I wouldn’t want to work without mine … or without a good workbench. Over the years, I have found that having a worktable dedicated to my track saw is a must-have for any of my jobs, whether on site or in the shop. I’ve tried everything from a pair of sawhorses and a sheet of plywood to various commercially available worktables, all of which have left a lot to be desired. As such, I have always been on the lookout for that one setup that would check all the boxes for me: rigid, lightweight, portable, well-designed, and well-built. One evening, while scrolling through Instagram, I came across an ad for the Dash-Board Portable Workshop. After watching several videos about it, I believed the build quality of this workbench was far and above anything I had used in the past, and I decided to see about testing one out.

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