Just thought I would bring this project up to date and post the pictures I had after adding slots to the out-feed table. Marking out the locations for the slots/dados. Measuring and setting up the guides for the router. Testing the fit of...
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I have always enjoyed working with wood and metal. After 13 years of precision sheetmetal work I am now working in the wood industry. As a computer programmer for an industry leading cabinet design software company I no longer get that hands-on feel with my work. That means I have to find projects to work on at home instead. So many ideas - so little time!
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I was able to finish up the out-feed-table for my table saw this weekend and then make some progress on the vanity. Having an outfeed table made cutting the parts for the vanity much easier. It also increased my assembly space as well. He...
Got quite a bit accomplished this weekend. I was able to finish putting the out feed table together saturday morning and then move on to the bathroom vanity again. Sure helps having the outfeed table to handle the larger parts as well as being a...
So, I decided to build an out feed table for my table saw to make it easier to handle larger pieces of material. Because I am working with limited space – like so many others out there – decided to make it a fold away support. I had ...
I was able to finish up the dust seperator and test it this afternoon. I still have to work out the final conections to the shop vac – hence the blue taped connection!! But I think I wil turn down the end of one of the reducers to see if I c...