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Workbench Leg Kit

Create any size workbench in less than an hour.
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If you want a workbench fast, and you want it to last, then this is the kit for you. Combined with only 2x4s and plywood, this kit allows you to create a workbench of any size that will last indefinitely-all in less than an hour. The sturdy resin legs have a greater strength-to-weight ratio than steel, and are specially engineered to combat racking forces and keep the assembly perfectly square. With a weight capacity of up to 1000 lbs. per shelf, it'll hardly break a sweat under as much weight as you can dish out. Use full 4' 8' sheets of plywood for a spacious assembly bench, or throw together a power tool stand as small as 2'x2'. It's the perfect solution for custom sizes, and incredibly easy to modify. No miters, no tricky cuts or joints - all you need is a drill and a saw!


  • Great for all kinds of work benches: assembly tables, tool stands, potting benches and more
  • Rugged resin workbench legs boast a better strength to weight ratio than steel
  • Only straight 90 degree cuts are required
  • All hardware is included
(4) Workbench Legs
(1) All assembly hardware
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 13.7500
Tech Spec
  • Assembled workbench measures roughly 36" tall
  • Finished work surface can be up to 4'x8'
  • Assembled workbench boasts a weight capacity of up to 1000 lbs. per shelf
Height 36"
Type Legs
4.7 / 5.0
35 Reviews
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Great for a highly corrosive work environment
May 13, 2020
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product!
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October 26, 2019
7 months ago
Great table kit
Great kit. Table looks great. Easy to put together.
July 11, 2019
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Good quick to assemble workbench
Good quick workbench
June 11, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very stable, solid. Highly recommended.
May 30, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Easy to build
Great flexible work bench design wise.
May 14, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Perfect for work
May 12, 2019
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Bench legs
These are great easy to use
March 17, 2019
1 year ago
easy to assemble
I assembled the workbench quickly. The posts made the project very easy.
June 9, 2018
over 2 years ago
Outdoor Workbench
Easy to assemble - less than an hour. Sturdy and solid. Used for outdoor planting work surface and storage.
May 4, 2018
over 2 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
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It seems to be flexible and will be a good fit for my work bench.
Kent W on Apr 18, 2020
Had good comments & the workbench can be customized to any size. The other stands were sized.
Stanley S on Dec 5, 2019
It seems to be flexible and will be a good fit for my work bench.
Kent W on Apr 18, 2020
Sturdy, durable and easy to assemble with a minimal amount of "colourful" language. This is my 4th one; I use one to hold a 40 gallon aquarium, another as a computer & electronics work station and the other as a miter saw stand.
Tom S on Feb 24, 2020
Had good comments & the workbench can be customized to any size. The other stands were sized.
Stanley S on Dec 5, 2019
Have used these for several workbenches for Leggett and Platt.
Peter S on Oct 23, 2019
Needed a new workbench and had great reviews
Matthew Thacker A on Jun 1, 2019
Positive reviews from others. Just wondering it it’s tall enough for a 6’4” person.
Sharon P on Dec 14, 2018
Simple and easy way to make a solid table any size you want.
Gregory W on Dec 10, 2018
It is the fastest way to create a solid workbench to your own size requirements.
Luis Samayoa U on Nov 28, 2018
deborah d on Jul 3, 2018
I like your design to make my workbench project as simple as possible.
Paul M on Jun 19, 2018
Need for new workbench and the need to set it up.
Michael M on Mar 14, 2018
To build an easy assembly table.
Barbara K on Nov 9, 2017
use outdoors under cover , prevent legs from rotting
Karle K on Nov 7, 2017
Upgrade for the shed
Mark W on Aug 12, 2017
need a bench
Robert A A on Jul 4, 2017
The product has good reviews. It makes a sturdy and simple workbench construction. The plan download feature prior to prior to purchase sold me.
James B on Apr 21, 2017
Able to custom build for bench tops I purchased separately.
James K on Mar 27, 2017
It seems to make a quickly assembled and sturdy <br />workbench.
JOHN C on Mar 5, 2017
I need another good workspace.
Ronald B on Feb 16, 2017
new work bench
Harry A on Aug 27, 2016
Need a workbench. This seems to fit the bill
Peter M. P on Jul 9, 2016
STEPHEN T on Jun 26, 2016
Flexible and sturdy
Walter W on Feb 19, 2016
New home less expensive small garage
Charles L on Jan 8, 2016
Fills a need as a supplemental bench
kevin e on Dec 29, 2015
I love the flexibility, the fact that you can build it to fit the size you need. I am going to build a stand to hold two polystyrene tanks to mix salt water for my aquarium
Paul on Dec 18, 2015
I liked it's simple design.
Mike R on Nov 14, 2015
i built 2 benches with these legs, they work great and are easy to put together.
mike g on Oct 25, 2015
I use Rockler products because they work, last and reasonably priced. :)
Linda C on Oct 6, 2015
I needed two workbench for my new art studio. I choose this item based on online reviews and details at website.
Jalal G on Jul 17, 2015
An easy way to create a great table for woodworking & the reviews were good.
Roger W on Jul 14, 2015
I need a sturdy workbench and want to cut down on it's weight.
John M on Jul 3, 2015
Sturdy, durable and easy to assemble with a minimal amount of "colourful" language. This is my 4th one; I use one to hold a 40 gallon aquarium, another as a computer & electronics work station and the other as a miter saw stand.
Tom S on Feb 24, 2020
Have used these for several workbenches for Leggett and Platt.
Peter S on Oct 23, 2019
Can swivel casters be mounted to the legs?
Michael H on Dec 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Not that I could determine. The bottom of the legs is “L” shaped. & there isn’t enough room to mount legs.
can I put on these legs?
A shopper on Apr 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I am not sure what this question really means. The legs come with the hardware needed to install the legs onto 2x4 stock lumber. I used a cordless drill to drive the screws into the lumber. I have two workbenches using these legs and they are exactly what I needed. One bench has the two lower shelves for extra storage, one only has the top and bottom slelf.
Are the plastic legs UV resistant?
Robert on Dec 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: As far as I know they don't seem to fade when exposed to the sun. Two of my legs on my bench are exposed to the sun off and on all summer when I have my garage door open, which is pretty much most days during the summer. Hope this helps.
Would these legs be suitable for a worktable for a wood lathe?
John W on Nov 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: John: Since I haven't worked with a wood lathe, it's hard to be specific. I have two tables using these legs. One is 48 by 24 and I use as a wood working bench. I put rockler t-tracks into the top to hold pieces in place. What I like about the table is that it is very solid and stable but also relatively light and can be easily moved. My other table is my reloading station (24x36). I can size and reload rifle and piston casings with a press mounted on the table top. Again very stable but light. Rigidity comes from the 3/4 plywood work surfaces connected to the 2x4 horizontal pieces. I hope this helps.
Hello. The legs are made of what stuff?
A shopper on Jul 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I believe they are ABS Plastic. We built 2 benches using 3/4 Plywood and 2x4's - I think you could put a car on it, we will be ordering again to make benches for our special assembly area. Highly recommend.
Is the price per leg or per set of 4?
Daniel S on Apr 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This item includes 4 legs and all assembly hardware.
Does everything come with this for a complete work bench?
Jan A on Mar 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is just the four legs. You then supply 2 x 4's and whatever work surface you want and configure to meet your needs. The 2 x 4's make up the frame, in whatever dimensions you want. It is a rock solid set up and quite easy to assemble. I have one I set up as an assembly table that is about 35 x 65 with a melamine top with T-tracks and a full lower shelf. It is very strong and solid.
I need 31" high legs, these are 36". Do you make them shorter or can they be cut?
Elizabeth Y on Sep 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you cut 5 inches off the bottom you would not be able to use a full width 2x4 for the bottom shelf. You would have to rip the 2x4's to width to fit and they may then be sitting on the floor. If floor got wet you might have a problem. If you didn't use a bottom shelf, you would definitely need the middle shelf to provide rigidity to the table. I have two of these systems, one with no middle shelf only a top and bottom shelf and the system is very rigid. I don't know what would happen if you only had only a top and middle. The legs are made of a plastic that can easily be cut with sharp tools. I routered my top on one table to take the Rockler track system and the router easily cut the dado in the plastic legs. This is an easy system to assemble and you can make the table almost any dimension you need. One of my tables is 24" by 52" and one is 30" by 40" to fit my needs. I hope this helps. Nick
Is there a web on the bottom of the legs so that I might attach wheels for ease of movement ?
Biff D on Apr 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, there is not a web at the bottom of the legs. However, I found it a simple matter to attach a 4x4 block under the bottom support and attach locking casters to them. The bench can be easily moved and then immobilized by locking the casters.
Are there casters made to go with these legs for mobility?
sta2ned on Nov 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes. There are holes drilled in the base of the legs which will accept Rockler casters.
Does anyone think I could mount woodworking bench vises to one of these tables?
Jay F on May 11, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This is very sturdy and strong. I have been using two of them since 5 years and got one last year. We are in printing and photo finishing industry and use tables every day with no problem. Easy to make , just you need is 2x4 from Home Depot of any other lumber store and a 3/4” thick MDF or board .
Assuming the legs are pre-drilled for the shelf support 2x4s, what is the vertical distance between the top and middle shelves, or can this distance be varied during assembly?
William P on Dec 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The legs are set up for the top and a bottom shelf. About six inches down from the top there a set of squared holes for one bolt, although the ideal circumstance is for two (actually 4) for each leg. About 11 inches down the setup is for 4 holes. But I'm not sure that all legs are the same. I have two different arrangements.
How do you attach the diagonal support piece (D)? The instructions appear to say no screws?
Emily M on May 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Correct, the diagonal rests on top of the gussets molded into the legs--it's just there to resist "racking", albeit on the horizontal axis. That said, I didn't use it when I used these legs to build a workbench with drawers, I created triangular corner plates out of 1/2" ply and bolted them to the bottom of the 2x4 frame. The result is very solid and...accommodates drawers.
Do you need to have the middle shelf?
Thomas H on Jun 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You don't need to, but I think it helps make it more rigid. For the bottom and middle shelves I router a 1/2" groove in the center of 2x4s and frame the 1/2" thick plywood shelves. I use Kreg's HD screws to connect the outer 2x4 frame before attaching the legs. I just use a 2x4 frame on top and lay a used solid flush door for a bench top. The shelves are very rigid and have a 1.5" lip to prevent stuff from rolling off. I've used the leg kits on 2 workbenches now. One for me and one for a son-in-law. Good stuff.
Am considering using leg kit with treated (but safe) exterior lumber for a diy BBQ table to house my kamoda grill. Will legs hold up outside, and can they be painted?
William P on Dec 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I bought this for my shop outside as I made a work bench and putting it together I asked my wife to hold pieces while I attached. It is quit easy to assemble to the length and width you want. It is very durable and if you want to you can paint the legs, but I didn't paint mine as I left the original. I know you will like this.
Can castors be attached to the legs?
Rooner on Nov 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You could put them into the lower 2 x 4's with no problem. The legs might require an additionional wood block
Are there casters made to go with these legs for mobility?
sta2ned on Nov 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes. They are on line with Rockler.
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