1) I first started with these drawings with i pretty much followed…..
2) I cut my 3/4” chipboard to 3’ by 2’ and same for the 1/8” MDF
3) i cut a rebate to house the saw in the chipboard this also give you more of the blade and drilled a hole for the router.
4) i then mounted the saw using screws and wood blocks, and mounted the router using bolts
5) i then flipped the wood over and cut a 1” wide slot in the chipboard paralell to the blade.
6) i then glued the mdf to the chipboard (the mdf has a bigger rectangle cut in it which creates the rebate to hold zero clearence in).
7) i then cut a 3/4” slot in the mdf this creates the t-track
8) i finally created the fence which is just two pieces of laminate screwed together which has a block scewed to the end which keeps the fence square to the table there is also one at the front which has a threaded rod from an old vice handle in it to pull the fence in paralell to the blade
if you want to know more i will be doing a video soon which i will put on my website.
Finally! Here’s the link :) http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_xrx1n2WgPs
-- Adam, Ireland, http://www.youtube.com/user/AdamTheWoodworker