|Project by buck_cpa||posted 06-02-2014 12:38 AM||3042 views||22 times favorited||12 comments|
Just finished my new outfeed table. My old one was an old door mounted on 4×4s so this is a great upgrade. Inspiration came from this dude:
Thanks so much for posting.
-dimensions: 4’ x 5.5’ 36.75” high
-case: maple plywood from HD… Do not buy this product! It’s horrible. A few bucks cheaper than birch but loaded with voids and in some pieces it wasn’t even glued. Do not buy!
-drawers: kreg jigged with hardboard bottoms. I used the $7 – 24” slides at HD. I’m pleased with them.
-top: torsion box with sandwiched mdf and hardboard. I wrapped it in poplar with a roundover.
-electrical: wired three outlets and one switched outlet for the air compressor.
-casters: 6 – 3” 200lb load rollerblade wheel style from harbor freight. Quite sufficient.
-hardware: spax screws, ikea utility pulls ($2 for 6)
A couple notes… I can’t stand my air compressor so I attempted to dampen the sound with the some foam board. I might end up going with Sheetrock. The top is detachable. My ridgid is 37” high and it appears most cabinet saws are 34” high. So when I bite the bullet on a jet cabinet – I can put a new thinner torsion box on it.
Lastly, the miller lite bottles with the caps are perfect for the shop… Keeps the dust out.