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doubleDD

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#1 posted 07-01-2015 12:53 AM

That’s an awesome job. I like the adjustable height feature. I was looking for a 1 foot extension idea my saw. This could be it. Thanks for sharing

-- Dave, Downers Grove, Il. -------- When you run out of ideas, start building your dreams.

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Jim Jakosh

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#2 posted 07-01-2015 12:59 AM

Great build on that outfeed table, Randy. That makes it so much safer and handier using the table saw. the material has a place to land and not fall away from the saw!

The retractable part is especially nice if you are short on space like me!!

Cheers…...........have a great holiday!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jim

-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!

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kiefer

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#3 posted 07-01-2015 01:04 AM

Good job Randy and I hope it meets your needs.
I am just in the process of making a 12” out feed table and will post it soon but this gives me something to think about .

Klaus

-- Kiefer https://www.youtube.com/user/woodkiefer1/videos

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Tooch

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#4 posted 07-01-2015 01:11 AM

Looks great Randy, you’ll get lots of use outta that. I really like the simplicity of the fold out, how does it feel? Is there any play or give being that it’s only Supported in the middle, or does the large frame give enough support?

-- "Well, the world needs ditch-diggers too..." - Judge Smails

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Blackie_

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#5 posted 07-01-2015 01:17 AM

Thanks everyone!

Tooch, it’s a very rigid system, no play and it’s very light since I chose pine and 1/2” ply, it’s as light as a feather but even with the proper hinges there is would be no give no matter what type of surface you wanted to go with in reason.

there’s no worry on the 3/4 ply gusset with it’s tensile strength, the factor would be in the hinges, as long as you have the right hinges it’s as strong as an Ox.

-- Randy - If I'm not on LJ's then I'm making Saw Dust. Please feel free to visit my store location at http://www.facebook.com/randy.blackstock.custom.wood.designs

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Blackie_

4534 posts in 1977 days


#6 posted 07-01-2015 01:29 AM

If memory serves me right, the gusset is 26” high x 22” at the support.

-- Randy - If I'm not on LJ's then I'm making Saw Dust. Please feel free to visit my store location at http://www.facebook.com/randy.blackstock.custom.wood.designs

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DocSavage45

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#7 posted 07-01-2015 01:46 AM

Randy,

Looks like it’s pretty well thought out! The center support appears strong enough for equal loads. Since I’d cosider making a work table, or a router table out of my cabinet saw I’m wondering about uneven loading at the edges away from the saw?

I like your solution for omitting drilling holes in the fence rail.

And the leveling system is pretty elegant. Have you load tested it?

-- Cau Haus Designs, Thomas J. Tieffenbacher

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Blackie_

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#8 posted 07-01-2015 02:23 AM

Not yet Tom but I a thought just came to me for a safety feature, I plan on marking where the bolt and the center support meet at and using a Forster bit drilling a slight indent to hold the bolt head fast to keep it from being knocked out.

-- Randy - If I'm not on LJ's then I'm making Saw Dust. Please feel free to visit my store location at http://www.facebook.com/randy.blackstock.custom.wood.designs

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DocSavage45

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#9 posted 07-01-2015 02:42 AM

That triggered another thought but it might be too complicated? a threaded rod( cut head off) and a nut epoxied into the horizontal support in table? of course that could be effected by expansion and contraction which could throw the alignment off? I often over think. LOL!

-- Cau Haus Designs, Thomas J. Tieffenbacher

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DocSavage45

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#10 posted 07-01-2015 02:44 AM

going out to feed the shop cats and the outside rangers! Will check back later!

-- Cau Haus Designs, Thomas J. Tieffenbacher

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Blackie_

4534 posts in 1977 days


#11 posted 07-01-2015 02:57 AM

Tom, you’ve lost me on that one.

-- Randy - If I'm not on LJ's then I'm making Saw Dust. Please feel free to visit my store location at http://www.facebook.com/randy.blackstock.custom.wood.designs

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Woodwrecker

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#12 posted 07-01-2015 03:18 AM

Yep, that’ll work.
Nice job Blackie.

-- Eric, central Florida

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Boxguy

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#13 posted 07-01-2015 04:48 AM

Blackie, nice job. I like the simplicity and utility of your design. This should work nicely.

-- Big Al in IN

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Hawaiilad

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#14 posted 07-01-2015 08:51 AM

Perhaps when I take the wheels off my Bosch TS I could use something like this….Thanks for the great idea Randy

-- Larry in Hawaii,

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Roger

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#15 posted 07-01-2015 10:09 AM

Easy Breezy. Nice one Randy

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Keep your dust collector fed. Kentuk55@yahoo.com

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