|Project by WoodScrap||posted 08-31-2011 04:00 AM||9424 views||70 times favorited||24 comments|
Whew! All these postings are reminding me of all the work over the last year. Getting tired just thinking about it. I’m ready to get back to real(?) woodworking projects, and now have the space to really enjoy it. Lots more benches and an outfeed table to build…Can’t wait! Oh, I forgot Xmas gifts…
This is obviously adapted from Norm’s (NYW) design. I shortened it slightly, only 15’ long. Fences are 8’ on the left and 6 1/2’ on the right side. I didn’t want to cut holes in the top for my mortise machine and instead chose to simply clamp it down when needed. I wanted a place to store my dovetail jig and the sliding tray works well. Same approach, lift it to the top and clamp it down when needed. Rearranged drawer configuration to accomodate the jig. Again, I use the tempered hardboard top so I can replace it as it wears. Used Kreg hardware and flip stops for the fence.
Really nice to have a table this long.
I think my Wife has decided what my next project will be…not a shop project I’m pretty sure!
Thanks again for looking.
-- Rick -Tulsa