The Portable Carpentry Workshop from Rolling Trades is an invention that grew out of practicality: it was developed by a carpenter who was sick of spending so much of his time on setup of his tools. Now, Leon Cona’s PCW can also help those woodworkers who work on a jobsite — even if it happens to be, say, your driveway or backyard.
The rolling workbench/cabinet stores a table saw, miter saw, router and more in a lockable cabinet with an internal power strip that allows the tools to work from a single plug. It features an extension table, telescoping arms and sliding configurations that help support lumber, allowing you to cut up to 4×8 sheet goods without assistance. The PCW measures 28″ wide and 66″ long and costs $4,850, as 2010.