Shop Drafting Table
Wall-mounted unit is sturdy, adjustable, and folds away flat
Synopsis: If you enjoy designing woodworking projects with a pencil and straightedge, you’ll want to see the plans for Dwayne Intveld’s drafting table. This convenient and functional station features torsion-box construction. It is mounted to the shop wall and can be adjusted to eight different working positions. The top is hinged to a lower panel, and both parts fit into a frame so it can be folded flat against the wall (with the drawing still visible) when not in use. The design also features storage space for pencils, erasers, rulers, and drawings.
For a long time, my “drafting table” was a small sink cutout propped at an angle on my workbench. It worked okay, but it was far from ideal. So a couple of years ago, I decided to make a convenient and functional table.
The tabletop is hinged to a lower panel, and both parts fit into…