|Project by PeteMoss||posted 01-07-2009 06:21 PM||2200 views||2 times favorited||9 comments|
Well, I finsihed my tablesaw outfeed table. It’s certainly nothing special, but any opportunity to practice skills and learn from mistakes is worthwile I guess.
I went for simple and cheap. The legs and aprons are 2×4’s, joined with mortise and tenons. The top is just a piece of 3/4” birch-faced plywood attached with screws through the face. Add a little stain, wipe on poly, wax, and lag bolt levelers, and that’s it.
Of course following my measure once, cut twice mode of operations, I made the dado’s the same orentation as the saw, so once spun around and aligned with the mitre slots on the saw the table edge doesn’t line up with the edge of the saw. It’s all backwards, and upside down, and inside out, or something.
-- "Never measure......cut as many times as necessary." - PeteMoss