|Project by oldguy2||posted 02-02-2015 03:00 PM||1930 views||2 times favorited||4 comments|
My outfeed table is a melamine sink cut out. Plywood would work. Size 18×24. the cut out at the table end is for fence adjustment. This end mounts over the rails with two large electric cable clips and nuts and bolts. use washers underneath to bring the table level. I beveled the front edge to prevent jamming. Below is a wood bar pressure clamp using a large bolt and wing nut to press against the rail and the block at the end creates an imbalance. the far end is held up with the telescoping legs on a one inch dowel, sand a flat spot on one side and screw it on. leave about 2 inches projecting for the supports.. I sealed the melamine bottom green after my first board warped. Set the blade height, if a narrow cut set the fence a rough setting, then clamp the table and raise it level just using a board on the table or a level. on the legs set the allen screws facing out for quick setting. This has held boards up to 4 feet easily and when I rip longer I use this and a roller stand. its been fast and easy to set up.