|Project by Timberland||posted 10-09-2016 03:07 PM||1026 views||1 time favorited||1 comment|
I have needed a out feed for my table saw for some time now. I also needed a assembly table but I am limited to the amount of space that I have in my shop. I also move around a lot so I had to build it to be able to be taken apart for ease of move. I spent some time looking for a bench that would meet my needs. I found one close to what I wanted. This bench is inspired bench made by Jay Bates from jays custom creations on YouTube with some modifications.
I built it out of inexpensive plywood since it was a shop project. I did not use any wood glue at all since I needed it to be taken apart when I move. The table is made out of one and a half sheets of plywood and held together by 3/8×2 inch hex bolts and pocket holes to hold on the top and bottom shelf. The dimensions of the table are 47×47 inch and 34inchs high. In all I am very happy how it came out this is a much needed addition to the shop.
-- Do not go Where the Path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a Trail. -Ralph Waldo Emerson