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Table Saw Project #2: Over 2 years later..

05-11-2017 03:02 AM by Jerome | 4 comments »

I finally ran into a project that would be much easier to complete if I had a router table. I considered using other methods, but putting an end to procrastination spurred my enthusiasm. Dismantling everything was the easy part. Adding the wings wasn’t too bad. I even did that myself. Drilling holes in in cast iron and the rails was a first. I can’t remember when u ever had to do any drilling in metal, but after watching Matt Cremona, a youtube content creator, drill countless h...

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Table Saw Modifications #6: Router Table Enclosure: Part 3 - Hardware and Electrical

04-28-2017 04:13 PM by TrentDavis | 0 comments »

This is Part 3 of a tutorial for building an enclosure for the router lift I added to the extension table on a SawStop table saw. Check it out here:http://trentdavis.net/2017/04/28/table-saw-modification-router-table-enclosure-part-3-hardware-and-electrical/

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Benchdog Cast Iron Router Table on SawStop pic, per request

04-17-2017 06:14 PM by BikerDad | 0 comments »

So, Pat (aka Fishman33) has asked for some pics of how my Benchdog Router table is attached to my SawStop. This is a pic of my SawStop PCS before I built my new “station” for it. The tablesaw “wing” setup has not changed from this pic, only the base has changed. From the back of the saw, moving to right to left, the wings are SawStop Sliding Table in place of the wing. Then the Saw, Solid Extension Wing, Solid Extension Wing (this one was formerly where the Slidi...

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Table Saw Modifications #5: Router Table Enclosure: Part 2 - Laminate

04-14-2017 01:31 PM by TrentDavis | 0 comments »

This is Part 2 of a tutorial for building an enclosure for the router lift I added to the extension table on a SawStop table saw. Check it out here:http://trentdavis.net/2017/04/14/table-saw-modification-router-table-enclosure-part-2-laminate/

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Table Saw Modifications #4: Router Table Enclosure: Part 1 - Carcase

04-07-2017 01:37 PM by TrentDavis | 0 comments »

This is Part 1 of a tutorial for building an enclosure for the router lift I added to the extension table on a SawStop table saw. Check it out here:http://trentdavis.net/2017/04/07/table-saw-modification-router-table-enclosure-part-1/

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Tablesaw Workstation #1: Fence Purchase

03-27-2017 02:49 AM by Gingzillaman | 0 comments »

Today I purchased the Vega Pro 50 fence system. I had some Amazon Points saved up and decided this was the first major upgrade I wanted to do in regards to the workshop. I did a lot of research and reading on different fence options. This fit the budget and did not require much tweaking for install. I was looking at the VSC fence and making the rails but I just didn’t want to fuss with all that. I am more focused on building a safe and functional table saw workstation with ample capacit...

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Router Table Build

02-12-2017 11:11 PM by builtinbkyn | 12 comments »

So I decided to make a mess, um, no I mean a router table. Man I forgot how routing hardboard and MDF makes copious amounts of the most nasty dust imaginable and there’s almost no way to capture it, so I gave up on trying. Respirator all day and then a massive cleanup. Well anyway, I’ve been using a Craftsman Workmate with an Incra top bolted to it. Actually there’s even a layer of oak flooring strips below the top making for a heavy load. Not sure why I did that. I ...

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Woodworking Skills & Stuff: #6: How to make fancy crown moldings with common router bits

01-12-2017 04:13 PM by StumpyNubs | 5 comments »

Most woodworkers look at their router bits and see a few profiles. I look at my bits and see endless possibilities! Learn how to get a lot more from the bits you already have! Subscribe to Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal- our free monthly digital magazine, and WIN FREE TOOLS!

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Woodworking Skills & Stuff: #5: How to cut a tapered sliding dovetail with a router- the EASY way!

01-12-2017 04:07 PM by StumpyNubs | 8 comments »

Sliding dovetails are super strong, and they look better than dados. But a lot of woodworkers are intimidated by them. Not anymore! This method is easy, and the tapered form slides together MUCH better than a standard one! Subscribe to Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal- our free monthly digital magazine, and WIN FREE TOOLS!

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Woodworking Skills & Stuff: #4: Is climb-cutting with a router safe? How to keep your fingers!

12-17-2016 05:16 PM by StumpyNubs | 13 comments »

Some good tips about knowing which direction to run a router, and when climb-cutting is not only safe, but useful! View on YouTube Subscribe to Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal- our free monthly digital magazine, and WIN FREE TOOLS!

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