Having tools and machines within easy reach can help a disabled worker in a woodshop. Benchtop machines such as bandsaws, table saws, miter saws and lathes can be moved around on a bench with Heavy Duty Retractable Casters. These will allow the worker to raise the table on the wheels, roll it to a good location, then lower it again to work. It allows a worker to work in various areas while having tools in arm’s reach without having to move around to get tools. Woodworkers, mechanics, welders, and other shopworkers often have numerous tools they need to use for a particular task. Moving the needed machines to one location can help those with disabilities such as paraplegia, quadraplegia, amputations, arthritis, back and neck issues.