Table Saw Outfeed Table

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Blog series by Drifter updated 12-22-2012 03:09 AM 3 parts 35999 reads 5 comments total

Part 1: Fabricating the frame

07-23-2012 02:48 AM by Drifter | 4 comments »

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 some old/new door hinges stored away so they are the basis of the geometry for folding the table down. This is the frame design: Of course – some changes were made once I got rolling. I really didn’t like the thought of having to r...

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Part 2: Finished up and tested

07-30-2012 03:18 PM by Drifter | 0 comments »

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 able to puch through the smaller items without worring about holding on to them on the back side of the saw table. Here is a little detail on the hinge mounts: I had to remove the angle iron mount on the side of my saw and enlarge the slots so t...

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Part 3: Added slots for the miter gauge and a sled.

12-22-2012 03:09 AM by Drifter | 1 comment »

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 the hardwood rail for the sled I am going to build. Still plenty of material left in the surface of the table.

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