|Project by Bob A in NJ||posted 01-24-2011 11:58 PM||5214 views||5 times favorited||6 comments|
Just completed the “building” portion of the outfeed table for my new Grizzly 691. (Great tool,lots of power).
Should be nice with some golden oak stain and a few coats of poly.
Decided to use the same design I used for my old Ridgid saw. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/20810
Took a 2×4, cut it in half and bolted it to the sides to support the tabletop. I have a lot of 1” x 12” oak, I glued and milled it to 1 1/2” thick so it looks like a countertop. Rounded the edges. Final top size is 1 1/2” x 30” x 47”. Very solid.
The top hinges for when I want to move the saw or need some extra room. For now, it’s just being supported by my old miter saw base which houses some tools.
I bought the heavy duty Rockler mobile wheels with this saw. It makes moving the saw over the rubber floor mats or extension cords very easy.
Notice the power outlet strip attached to the router table section. I use this as an on/off switch for the router.
Bob Jan 24, 2011
-- Bob A in NJ