|Project by Roger||posted 06-14-2014 12:51 PM||2740 views||8 times favorited||35 comments|
This is a, I’ll call it, a recycled cabinet. It was originally one of the 3 cabinets I had in my shop before my redo these past many weeks. This cabinet started out being 8’ tall, 2’ deep, and 5’ 6” wide. I cut the top portion off of it to serve as a base for this “multi-station”. It houses my miter saw, my planer, and my scroll saw. Each tool is mounted on a plywood base that is easily removable from the storage underneath to the top when any on the 3 are needed. I’m just experimenting with this in/outfeed for my planer. It is one panel of a bi-fold Oak door. It’s light weight and ez to throw on when the planer is needed. Being hollow, I’m not sure if it’ll work out. The Oak board that I ran through it seemed to be ok on all ends, and the same size thickness front & back, and, left & right of the board. We’ll see how it works out. I may change it out using some mdf or something more substantial.
I only had to trim about 1/16” from each side of the bi-fold door to fit onto my planer. I used my trusty old Stanley block plane. I figured all you plane guys n gals might appreciate a few curls. Here’s a pic for your enjoyment. You can almost here that luvery sound o that plane makin those nice curls. :)
Thnx for lookin in. Any and all comments are always appreciated, good/bad/ugly.
-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Kentuk55@yahoo.com