Mobile Project Center

Average Review (28):

Make any place your workspace. Work on projects wherever, whenever, and however you need to! 

  • Tables provide large 27¾" x 31½" (70x80cm) work surface and 360° access
  • Hole pattern on tables accept Kreg Bench Dogs and other accessories
  • Included Kreg Bench Clamp with Automaxx® clamps vertically and horizontally
  • Heavy-gauge steel legs provide a solid foundation
  • Folds down in seconds for work on the go and easy storage
  • Expandable by pairing with a second Mobile Project Center


ITEM#: KWS1000

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The Mobile Project Center is a workbench, sawhorse, assembly table, and clamping station all in one — a versatile workspace for DIY, repair, and woodworking projects. It’s easy to set up and store away, and it provides a sturdy platform for all kinds of project tasks. Plus, the Mobile Project Center includes $40 worth of bonus clamping accessories, so it’s ready to go to work, right out of the box.





assembly table

Assembly Table

clamping station

Clamping Station

The Mobile Project Center provides a portable workspace that can be used for a wide variety of project tasks. In one mode, it’s a sturdy sawhorse that’s great for supporting long boards as you cut. Flip the large tables into position and this product offers the features you’d expect to find in a high-end stationary workbench.

The Clamp Trak and included Bench Clamp with Automaxx® auto-adjusting technology provide multiple ways to hold workpieces. The open tables can support up to 350 pounds (158kg), and have built-in storage trays, holsters for your drill, and more. A shelf underneath holds up to 25 pounds (11.3kg) of supplies and tools out of the way but close at hand while you work.

In addition to being great for general project use, the Mobile Project Center is perfect for Kreg Joinery. Whether you’re drilling pocket holes, clamping cases or face frames together, or preparing your project for final assembly, the Mobile Project Center makes Kreg Joinery even easier.

The Mobile Project Center is simple to use. Just spread the legs, and it’s set up as a sawhorse. You can even add a 2x4 cutting surface using the included hardware. Flip one or both tables into position, and the Mobile Project Center is ready to take on many other tasks. When you’re done, simply pull the tabs on the table braces, fold the tables down, and close the legs, and the Mobile Project folds down for easy, out-of-the-way storage.

There are also multiple ways to use two Mobile Project Centers together. You can attach two side-by-side for an extra-large surface, or span between two benches by placing 2x4s in the included brackets. That lets you create a large surface for cutting big pieces, or an extra-large workbench by resting a piece of plywood on the 2x4 boards.

Learn more about features of the Mobile Project Center in this video series:


Work Surface

27¾" x 31½" (70x80cm)

Table Height

31½" (80cm)

Load Capacity

350 lbs. (158kg)

Storage Shelf

17¾" x 26" (45x66cm)


6½" (16.5cm) thick when folded


40 lbs. (18kg) 


Mobile Project Center, Kreg Bench Clamp with Automaxx® Technology, (4) Kreg Bench Dogs, (2) support brackets, (2) Trak bushings, (2) connection keys, and owner’s manual


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Reviews for "Mobile Project Center"

Average Review:

Almost Great

I’ll second the thoughts of many other reviewers; it needs adjustable legs (!) & the table may not be perfectly flat when raised. With that said; if they come out with an adjustable height model, I’ll be less than thrilled. I don’t think either will cause me significant grief, but if I had to change one of the two, it would be to add height adjustability. It’s very sturdy & heavier than expected, but not unmanageable for an adult with light-average strength. There are “pinch points”, but they are very clearly discussed & marked. Pay attention & they won’t be a problem.


By David Fluke

April 1, 2019

Top surface not level and no height adjustment

Table is Ok for some things, but when opened the 2 halves aren’t flat with each other. Both ends are lower than the center. No height adjustment makes this poor for your back if you want to use it for assembly that takes time. Its too bad, i saw a kreg add showing it matched up with Kreg Track horse, that DOES have height adjustments. I bought a project center and a track horse, but only the track horse is adjustable height. They borh fold up very nicely and easily with is importand to me because i have limited space so its easy to set up when I need them! Track horse height adjustmeny is awesome, very easy and clear markings allows all legs to be set at the same height in seconds!


By Ronald Buchheit

February 13, 2019

Mobile project Center

I bought three of these and love them but even though it mentions pinch points iv'e done it twice and the last time (today) it fell over (folded) and I went to pick it up and pinched three fingers and the pain was unreal. When folded I wish they would stay put. I can tolerate pain but this went on for at least 2 minutes.


By kirk achenbach

November 23, 2018

Fixed Height is Hard on Backs

This bench is great and I would have given it five stars if there was a height adjustment. I'm six-foot-two and if I do any work at the table height, my back is sore within minutes. No work is comfortable if you are hunched over to reach the work. The frame is C-channel, so I'm sure there is a way to modify if you've got the time and tools, but it would be great if Kreg would keep this sort of thing in mind.


By Robert MacFarlane

September 16, 2018

Great Tool!

Liked the first one so much, I bought a second one. I don't use the interlocking pieces to link them together, though, because I don't have to. They're so rock solid I just sit them next to one another, they;re not moving. I also have a special 48" long piece of plywood to put between them if I want a larger workspace. Space is a premium for me this solves. These tables are well designed and constructed and, like I said, rock solid. The included clamp also serves as a carry handle. If I had any beef, it's that the table doesn't lock flat, but being the old toolmaker, I solved that problem. Just takes a few additional minutes to set up and take down.


By Robert Morton

June 17, 2018

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