|Project by C_PLUS_Woodworker||posted 07-18-2012 07:54 PM||3760 views||4 times favorited||4 comments|
With the new house I am reconfiguring a lot of things, including tool storage and work space.
I have used this wonderful table for over 10 years. It has undergone several remodels/additions.
I just don’t need the capacity this table has, so I am selling it.
But I thought some of you might like to see a few of the features I built into it
This table is 4’ x 8’ with two ¾ “sheets of plywood as the top.
Inside the doors on one side are 8 cubby-holes for tool storage with a second shelf immediately below for power cord storage. I have LOVED this feature.
The cubby-holes were a great idea at the time, but as new routers started showing up under the Christmas tree I needed more space and the cubby-holes actually limit space on the shelf.
But i have loved the power cord storage and built it into my new tool storage area.
The other half of the second shelf behind the cubby-holes has been used for lumber storage. But once I built my lumber cart, I just used it for…...........well…..........crapola.
There are very heavy-duty casters on the table and there is a power panel with a long extension cord so that there is power handy on the table.
I put T Track along one long side and along a short side. You can see how these work with hold-downs and clamps. Very handy.
You know, it is actually hard to see stuff go that has worked so well for you and been such a big part of your life.
Progress I guess.
-- We must all walk our own green mile