|Project by TheGravedigger||posted 10-28-2010 01:01 AM||5136 views||18 times favorited||10 comments|
This outfeed table was designed and built to complement my new tablesaw. It is constructed of 3/4” maple and BC exterior plywood, and assembled primarily with pocket screws and glue. This was my first pocket screw project, and I must say that in certain situations they are definitely worthwhile.
The “notch you see in the fourth picture was necessary to provide clearance for the motor and guard, and added a certain complication to an otherwise simple frame-up. The finish for the base is boiled linseed oil, and the top is finished with two coats of shellac rubbed out with steel wool and wax.
For full construction details, go to the related series of articles on the Little Good Pieces blog, starting with:
-- Robert - Visit my woodworking blog: http://littlegoodpieces.wordpress.com