The heart of my shop is my workbench. It provides a large worksurface for project assembly. But I took mine a step further and converted it into a multipurpose clamping workstation. You can see here some of the handy accessories I added. I started by embedding two parallel T-tracks the length of the bench. To those, you can attach any manner of clamping and assembly aids. You can see a few in the drawings on the next slide.
For tasks like sawing or drilling, I made a pair of risers that elevate the work. They fasten to the T-track with bolts and knobs. I also modified a pair of handscrews to act as extra hands during assembly. All you need to do is drill a hole through one of the jaws and add a bolt and knob to secure it to the T-track in the benchtop. Finally, I made simple hold-downs from toggle clamps. The clamps are mounted to plywood bases, which in turn are fastened to the T-track. All are simple accessories that help out with many shop tasks.