|Project by Greg The Cajun Box Sculptor||posted 1406 days ago||2958 views||18 times favorited||10 comments|
I recently moved my table saw from one end of my shop to the other side and no longer had the nearby shelves where I stored my table saw accessories. I decided to build a storage shelf that would also act as a extension for my table saw top.
It is nothing fancy…just useful, and it gave me a use for the 3/4 sheet of ply and the maroon formica that has been gathering dust in the corner. The trim around the top is cumaru…hard as a rock…and the plugs are walnut.
I wanted something to hang the woodpeck “T- Square” on without scratching it so I drilled the springs out of 2 wire nuts and screwed them to the cabinet side.
It took about 3-4 hours to build it. I am now thinking I probably will build a face frame and some doors to keep the dust out.
Well, update..I stopped thinking about the face frame and doors and built them this morning. I wanted to try something different. I had a 24”x48” x 1/4”section of heavy plastic pegboard that I decided to use as the panel. I made the rails and stiles and the pegboard fit like a charm. I can now hang some stuff on the doors.
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