|Project by Denvy||posted 07-18-2012 01:24 PM||2173 views||0 times favorited||1 comment|
This is a simple box made from scraps, I mounted a strip of wood on the front edge with two short screws so the strip can be easily removed if it interferes with routing. The strip of wood serves as a stop while sanding with a belt sander, keeps work from scooting off the table. Ryobi made a nice feature that allows the right side of the
table saw top to slide to the right. I just drop in the Router insert and it removes as easily for changing bits or for storage if I need the table saw to be 12 inches narrower. My shop is tiny, 10×12 and space is of great concern.
The Table saw slides under the edge of my 17 inch General Band Saw. Tight fit but table saw moves with little effort, it does not weigh alot like a contractor saw. This Ryobi has folding leg set so it can be removed and put in the back of my van for an on site-job. I love to turn wood.
—I want to die peacefully in my sleep, like my grandfather. Not screaming and yelling like the passengers in his car.
-- Denvy, Tualatin, Oregon USA