In my quest to redo the shop better after 5 years of beating it up.
Heated the shop for a short while today. I took my old delta/rockwell 10” table saw off the metal legs and put it on this base I made today. The locking wheels on the other base made the saw too high. I brought this one low, the same height as a bench would be for me, 34”. The outfeed/assembly table I’ll make next will be the same height. So will the new movable miter saw table. Everkthing is made of 3/4” plywood and 2×10’s sliced up and straightened for framing. Very cost effective way to build but still it seems to add up too much.
This saw isn’t anything special but I almost always only rip with it. It’s a lumber straightener after I’ve jointed it. All cross cutting is done with my Bosch 12” compound slider.
After this I’ve got to finish taping some sheetrock, do some painting, install better dust collection conduit and move tools around now that I got that wall workbench out of the way. Along with that a lot of other odds and ends.
The corners are just decorative molding. It’s heavily framed inside with glue and screws. Good thing too; moving this from one base to another was a hoot.
-- The smell of wood, coffee in the cup, the wife let's me do my thing, the lake is peaceful. http://gagnerwebsite.com/Deceiver/Craftsman_on_the_lake/Craftsman_on_the_lake.html