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Kreg KWS1000 Mobile Project Center Bench with AutoMax Bench Clamp
All-in-one workbench, sawhorse, assembly table and clamping station – a versatile workstation for DIY, repair and woodworking projects. Easy to set up and store, and provides a sturdy platform for all kinds of projects. The open tables support up to 158kg (350lb) and have built-in storage trays, holsters for drills and more. Handy shelf holds up to 11.3kg (25lb) of supplies and tools for easy access. Ready to use, straight out of the box.
Make any place your workspace. Work on projects wherever, whenever, and however you need to!
Tables provide large 27¾" x 31½" (70x80cm) work surface and 360° access
Locking table supports with easy-release tabs
Hole pattern on tables accept Kreg Bench Dogs and other accessories
Included Kreg Bench Clamp with Automaxx® clamps vertically and horizontally
Built-in storage trays hold hardware and other parts
Heavy-gauge steel legs provide a solid foundation
Folds down in seconds for work on the go and easy storage
Expandable by pairing with a second Mobile Project Center
Perfect for use with Kreg Joinery
Work Surface: 27¾" x 31½" (70x80cm)
Table Height: 31½" (80cm)
Load Capacity: 350 lbs. (158kg)
Storage Shelf: 17¾" x 26" (45x66cm)
Folds: 6½" (16.5cm) thick when folded
Weight: 40 lbs. (18kg)
Mobile Project Center, Kreg Bench Clamp with Automaxx® Technology, (4) Kreg Bench Dogs, (2) support brackets, (2) Trak bushings, (2) connection keys, and owner’s manual
Learn more about features of the Mobile Project Center in this video series: