|Project by thelt||posted 05-23-2014 12:24 PM||3796 views||6 times favorited||12 comments|
This was inspired by a Marc Spagnuolo video (Episode 30). Thanks Marc!
I recently bought a Delta 36-725 table saw and needed a new out-feed table. My old out-feed table was made from a half sheet of 1” Birch plywood. Not wanting to waste anything, I disassembled the old table That used the Rockler OUTFEED TABLE HARDWARE ONLY Item #: 64056. It appears they no longer sell that item. If anyone would like that system I’d be happy to part with the hardware cheap.
I reused the top and put it on the frame as shown in the 1st picture. The frame is made from pine 1 X 4’s and 3/4” Birch plywood scraps. the casters also came from Rockler.
The caster mounting is two pieces of 3/4” birch Plywood laminated together the drilled to accommodate the caster mounting nut and bolt. then glued and screwed to the inside of the bottom of the leg. Pictures 3, 4, and 5 show this detail.
Not shown, but in the works is a shelf across the bottom stretchers. I have put in an old piece of oak, that is approx. 1 1/2” square, at the mid point that is mounted between the long stretchers. I have a piece of 3/4” MDF that I will cut to fit, in two pieces and either nail or screw to the stretchers.
Thanks for Looking.
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