|Project by Mcnervy||posted 08-07-2011 06:23 PM||4019 views||6 times favorited||3 comments|
This is my new outfeed table
After I made my new workbench I needed a outfeed table, my old bench served as the outfeed( i had no issue making cutouts in it
the reason is the ridgid needs cutouts and recesses and grooves on its outfeed to work properly
I saw the idea from another lumberjock sorry about not crediting
I used aluminum angle that I bolted directly to the left side of the saw
on the right side I made 1 aluminum angle clip mounted the the angle and screwed it into a wood piece that is used to hold on my router table wing.
The table is formica that has been banded with oak.
it has block plained 30 lead angle to ensure that boards dont hang up
it has grooves for the miter gauge
it has a recess for the motor so that it can cut a 45 degree at full height
I am very happy with the result, though I have yet to use it.
Thanks for looking
-- Bennett; If it can't be fixed with a hammer its an electical problem