Workbench Lazy Susan
Maintain an organized workbench by building your own lazy Susan for your power tool accessories.
Lazy Susan Turn Table
Lazy Susan Bearing Plate
Construction and Adhesive Glue
Begin the project by sourcing all parts. For this project, we resourced scrap material we had laying around our workroom, such as extra PVC pipe, plywood and even re-purposed an old end table for the turntable piece. Turntables can also be purchased at most local home centers. Tip: If you purchase a lazy susan turn table with the bearing plate and base included, you do not need to purchase a separate piece, and should skip step 2.
Next, set the bearing plate onto the plywood to determine appropriate size of the plywood base. Keep ¼”extra plywood on two sides, while keeping 2” extra plywood on the other 2 sides. Then, cut the scrap plywood with the Dremel Ultra-Saw™.
Next, begin making the container for the accessories. Using the Dremel Ultra-Saw™, cut the PVC pipe into pieces in a variety of sizes to meet the needs of the accessories in your work area.
Smooth the edges of the cut PVC pipe with the Dremel Multi-Max™ and sanding pad.
Then, finish assembling the lazy Susan turntable by attaching the assembled base to the bottom-side of the circle piece with screws.
Glue the cut pieces of PVC together and to the top of the turntable to create the organizer. Arrange the tallest pieces in the center of the lazy Susan to make picking out accessories easiest. Let the glue dry and add sorted accessories to containers.