Prior to upgrading my Tablesaw with an outfeed table I used my assembly table with some bench cookies on risers to cut large sheet stock. [I still use it till I build and infeed table for cutting plywood long ways]. However, the assembly table was designed to do more than that. With t-tacks around the perimeter and in the middle, the table acts like a hold-down system for my dovetail, Kreg, and conceal hinge jigs. The tie-down steady large pieces for assembly. I’ve used it with great success on my Ultimate China Cabinet project—on hold till I finish a Goat Barn this month.
In planning are additional jigs to square up face frames; some side mounted t-tracks; and three more t-tracks running lengthwise and widthwise; some additional adjustable tie-downs. I guess my shop will always be evolving.
-- bkseitz, Washington "if everything is going well, you've obviously overlooked something"