Kreg KWS1000 Mobile Project Center
The Kreg Mobile Project Center can be used as a conventional workbench, sawhorse, assembly table or clamping station—all in one compact, foldable, portable package. With the extension tables folded down, it's a sturdy sawhorse. Flip the extension tables up and it becomes a large work surface with a grid of dog holes for clamping. Included Automaxx Bench Clamp slides into center-mounted T-track to secure stock horizontally, or into side slots to clamp stock vertically. You can create a larger work surface by attaching two Project Centers side-by-side with the butterfly keys, or by connecting them with 2x4s installed in the integral brackets. A piece of 3/4'' plywood on the 2x4s brings it flush with the extension tables, so all of the clamping features are still available for use.
- Sturdily constructed with steel legs and tough polypropylene tables
- Open tables can support up to 350 pounds
- Top features built-in trays for screws, and holsters for your drill
- Kreg screw containers hook onto notches around the perimeter of the table
- Lower shelf holds up to 25 lbs. of supplies out of the way, but close at hand
- Includes Automaxx clamp, four swiveling bench dogs and bushings that let you easily protect the aluminum T-track with a sacrificial 2x4 during sawing
(1) Kreg Automaxx Bench Clamp
(4) Kreg Bench Dogs
(2) Support Brackets
(2) Trak Bushings
(2) Connection Keys
(1) Owner's Manual
|Manufacturer Part Number||KWS1000|
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When I was researching the Mobile Project Center prior to the purcashe of my first one, some concerns that some reviewers had were in regard to pinch points. There is one particular YouTube reviewer who has made some pretty strong statements regarding the safety(actually I believe he called them “inherently unsafe”) due to the pinch points where the tables fold. My response to that criticism is this, almost any object we as human beings come into contact with can be unsafe if not used properly and as it was intended. If the most important rule of wood working or using tools in general is to wear safety glasses, then the second (arguably) is don’t put your fingers in places where they should not go (obvious right?). Kreg also clearly marked the area as a pinch zone as well. If this fellow is concerned about the safety of a folding table, then I would be interested to hear what he thinks about the table saw. If you go on YouTube and search Kreg Mobile Project Center the video I am referencing will be obvious.
This is a fantastic product. Well designed and engineered, which is no surprise coming from Kreg. One is great but if you can afford it, buy 2. I haven’t regretted it, and I bet you won’t either.
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I've had two of these work benches for over a year, using it for a variety of applications, and the top has remained unphased by exposure to moisture. Its a very hard and durable plastic and holds up well. In regards to your question, if you plan on exposing it to moisture for long periods of time, I'd worry more about the hinges and mechanism rusting and not functioning properly.
Also worth noting, when I have spilled paint or glue on the top, as long as you address it quickly, it cleans up pretty well.
Hope this helps...
The parts that come in the accessory pack and the rubber feet are replaceable.