|Project by descolada||posted 07-13-2014 10:37 PM||2438 views||4 times favorited||6 comments|
I always like trying to make the most of limited space and keep my shop layout at open as possible. This project definitely meets the goals as well as making my table saw much easier to use. I drew upon ideas I got from looking at all of your shop projects and added a few of my own to the mix. I hope this helps out someone else like the previous projects helped me.
Features of this table saw station:
1. 24” wide outfeed table Allows ~70” rip without additional support Perfectly flat top with 2” overhang for easy assembly (torsion box topped with 1” mdf)
2. Sliding cabinets that pull out from the table to add another 20” of table space
3. Cabinet tops flip up to give access to mortise and tbd tool
4. 20” raised platform to extend outfeed support to >8’
5. Mini cabinet for table saw accessories and easy access to featherboards, rollers, and a storage slot for the rip fence
I wish I built this a long time ago. Only problem is that I now have an unused, easy access, storage space for another bench-top tool. Hmm….