Just when you (and I) thought I was done with my tablesaw improvements…
I noticed during some demo/construction at work, they were tossing out some perfectly fine laminated ply shelving. I also have been feeling the desire for some more outfeed room. I have a really small shop, so I couldn’t do a big huge extension table, even if I could do a big fold-down type, it just seemed like a waste, as I mostly work smaller, and I don’t do a lot of big ply breakdowns. (and when I do, I tend to use my TS55 in the driveway, because I have a small shop in a low ceiling basement, down a flight of stairs.)
I got a half dozen 6-8 foot pieces, about 12 inches wide.
So I trimmed a smaller piece off, put some dadoes and a cut into it..
Created some blocks to mount it to the rails (after drilling a few holes)
Nothing there to attach any supports to though…
Where’s that 1/4” drill bit.
There we go!
A few pieces of scrap later..
And I’ve got myself some outfeed room!
fin. (I mean it this time.)
(or do I?)