|Project by drewpy||posted 07-31-2015 03:56 PM||1266 views||3 times favorited||5 comments|
My simple table saw’s insert plate is unconventional from what I have seen. I needed to make thin cut’s and had to come up with something. Well, here it is.
I just used 1/8 BB plywood. This is what would fit in the “shelf” around the perimeter (See second picture). I doubled it up where I could and added a arm in the back to fit into the grove to hold that part down and keep it steady. For the front I just tapped into the aluminum and inserted a screw. The metal plate had a spring clip. I put it on the left side because that part will never have stock on it – at least with my current abilities/projects.
It’s sturdy, was quick to make and stays put. Couple of coats of shellac and then some wax and the job was done.
-- Drew in Ohio -- "The greatest wealth is health".