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A journey into the workshop. #12: Moving the table saw, and sticking the bench top tools to the wall...

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Blog entry by dbhost posted 09-30-2009 05:21 AM 1186 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Just a short note about the progress on my shop made today…

#1. The lumber for the fence got stacked more neatly to the side, in a much taller stack. This proved to be a less than brilliant idea, but it is what it is…

#2. The table saw, and workbench got moved into their almost final positions in this workshop. Which means bench behind table saw to act as outfeed support, and both rotated 90 degrees so that oufeed from the bench can get picked up by the craft bench.

#3.The outfeed support capacity got tested by ripping a 6’ x 36” piece of plywood into 24” x 18” sections for my wall mount system. I got the idea for the wall mount system from BT3Central user DonHo, he is working out of a 10×12 shed. While my plans are for a larger shed, it’s still a small space, and I needed to think 3D.
DonHo's stacked bench top tools. (The inspiration setup). I am simply planning on clamping my mount boards to my workbench when I need to use the specific tool. The tools being stacked are…
- Oscillating Spindle / Belt sander.
- Bench Top Jointer.
- 13” planer.
- 6” Bench Grinder / Sharpening station.

I had SERIOUSLY considered racking my compound miter saw, but use it too often to want to rack and unrack it all the time…

So far the rack is in place, just simple Rubbermaid closet system, not sure the nomenclature here, but brackets and rails. The part that mounts to the wall, and the part that clicks in and supports the shelf… The tools are all mounted on 24” b 18” 3/4 sheathing grade plywood (I had it already)

The planer and bench grinder are all that is left to dismount from where they are, and mount to where they will go… At that point, I disassemble the HF mobile base, and tool stands and see if I can sell them to somebody that needs them more than me…

Well, time to remove the sawdust, sweat, and whatever else is stuck to me, and get a good night’s sleep before I get after it all over again…

-- My workshop blog can be found at http://daves-workshop.blogspot.com



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Mike

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#1 posted 09-30-2009 05:35 AM

Did you try to insert a picture, it appears that way on this side.

-- Mike, VT

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dbhost

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#2 posted 09-30-2009 06:06 AM

Yes. I can see the pic. What do you see?

-- My workshop blog can be found at http://daves-workshop.blogspot.com

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#3 posted 09-30-2009 06:11 AM

Hopefully it is visible now…
Don Ho's tool rack.

-- My workshop blog can be found at http://daves-workshop.blogspot.com

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#4 posted 10-01-2009 04:06 AM

Nice idea, everything in its palce.

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