|Project by lumberjoe||posted 06-25-2012 07:06 PM||1863 views||1 time favorited||11 comments|
This is terrible, but functional. I wanted to post it anyway so I can look back and laugh some day. My shop is in a very old 2 car garage. I have done a ton of work to it already, but it is still a disaster. The previous owners left it piled to the rafters with crap. I have gotten rid of most of it, and am getting ANOTHER dumpster at the end of July. That means EVERYTHING comes out. I want to make a nice table with built in shelves and extend it out a bit in all directions, but I wouldn’t be able to get it out the door and I don’t want to take it apart. This will do for now. Half a dozen 2×4’s a sheet of hard board and a half sheet of 3/4” MDF, and about 45 minutes of my time. I sandwiched in a book shelf the hoarders had in a corner for now. It’s ugly and cobbled together, but it serves the purpose. When I make an actual outfeed table, I am going to use hardboard on the top. It’s nice and slick and easy to replace. Because this is just cobbled together, I brad nailed some sheets on the sides to control racking. I didn’t trim them because they will be used for something else later on.
Dimensions are 4’x4’ x 35” tall. Ridgid table saws are pretty high.
The hook on the back is to hang my Absurd Sled when not in use.
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