|Project by Heisinberg||posted 04-16-2015 01:43 PM||6502 views||48 times favorited||11 comments|
I would like start by giving a big shout out to Drew at the Rockn H Woodshop. I took inspiration for this build from his “Ultimate table saw” project and video’s on his youtube channel. He does an awesome job of showing how his was done and that helped make my build more successful. Thank you Drew.
My original idea was to scale down this project to a smaller version but that idea quickly faded. The thought of having all this storage was just to compelling. Overall dimensions are as follows, 8ft long by 3ft wide and 37 5/16” high. The top is laminated and it rolls on six 4” 200lb castors. She has 16 sliding drawers and 4 swing open doors.
This cabinet has completely changed how I am able work. I have the ability now to cut full sheets of plywood. I can move easily to the router without interfering with a saw setup or vice versa. Everything is now at my finger tips from saw blades and router bits to tape measures and pencils. I could go on and on about all the great things this saw cabinet can do but let’s address the obvious weakness and that’s the rip fence. It just wasn’t in the budget for now and will be a easy add on when that money becomes available.
I did start a blog on this build but that took away time from actually getting the thing built so I stopped after 3 weeks http://lumberjocks.com/Heisinberg/blog Here are some pics of the build. Enjoy!
-- "I've still got things left to do." – Walter White