|Project by Dwayne||posted 04-10-2013 11:06 PM||1980 views||2 times favorited||12 comments|
So I have a lower end table saw that I have worked like a reliable mule. I have made a zero clearance insert and now this mobile base cabinet. I could get myself to buy 4 expensive wheels and cheap swivels would wobble. So to cheaper fixed wheels work like a charm. I open the door and the handle slides out through an open mortis with a bolt to keep it from sliding all the way out. Not sure if I explained that well. I have 2 full extension drawers to install for jigs, push blocks, and such. May put a notch in the door so I can pull the handle out with the door shut. I thought about I walling a drawer style knob so I can pull it out and put it back all the way behind the door. But i I rolled it all over and took it for a spin on rough drive way and it did well. So for as much and as far as I have to go I kinda like a solid door. I made this cabinet as cheap as possible is why it’s MDF. Figured I would get it done after a year of wanting to do it and my saw would poop out. I had to buy 2 wheels, 1 sheet of 3/4 MDF, and some paint. I had everything else on hand. The medal stand was a big wast of space. And if the saw goes my drill press will fit nicely on it.