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Project by Tkuzma posted 485 days ago 4752 views 43 times favorited 19 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I finally finished my table. My room is limited so I tried to make it as versatile as possible. I put it on wheels that can be leveled because sometimes I need to pull my table saw out further to cut large stock. I can also pull it away from the saw to work all the way around it. I used 5/4 maple stock on 3/4 ply and 3/4 MDF. It’s trimmed with 8/4 by 6” maple with dog holes and a large vise. I hand planed the top (whew!). I also installed 4 drawers as well as jig storage underneath. I tried to use bulldog brackets for the wheels but they collapsed so I beefed it up with 3/16 angle iron. Finished with 4 coats Arm-R-Seal and a couple coats of wax to reduce any friction. So far it works like a dream!

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#1 posted 484 days ago

very nice, I love seeing multipurpose fixtures in the shop.

-- DJG

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#2 posted 484 days ago

Looks great ! Having a multipurpose worksurface is a must in a small shop…

-- Measure "at least" twice and cut once

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#3 posted 484 days ago

That is one nice out feed / assembly table. Puts mine to shame.

-- Chris K

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Kaleb the Swede

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#4 posted 484 days ago

That’s how you do it right there. Small shop make use of the space. Great job sir!

-- Just trying to build something beautiful

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#5 posted 484 days ago

That is indeed very nice! I like how you mounted the rails/casters. Will keep that design in mind for future shop needs :)

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Rex B

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#6 posted 484 days ago

Gorgeous table man! I would love to have an assembly surface that large.

-- Rex

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#7 posted 484 days ago

Sweet, functional and gorgeous.

-- Bert

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#8 posted 484 days ago

Hand planed the top… glutton for punishment, eh?! That’s a stout looking outfeed table, very nice!

-- Loving the outdoors since 1981!

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#9 posted 484 days ago

Awesome… you wouldn’t happen to have a SketchUp drawing of that build would you? If so, can you share it?



-- "Nothing happens until you build it"

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#10 posted 484 days ago

Wow, impressive!

-- Grant - S/N Dakota

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#11 posted 484 days ago

Great job. Love the design and craftsmanship!

-- The Old Rednek Workshop

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Ryan Haasen

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#12 posted 484 days ago

That’s a great table!!! Nice work!

-- Ryan

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#13 posted 484 days ago

Looks like a Dream Too. Great job.

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#14 posted 484 days ago

Impressive to say the least! Is this a brainchild of your own of are there plans? This is exactly the style outfeed/workbench table ive been looking for. The mobility, fuctionality and durability is ideal for my needs and I would love some feedback. Any help in that aspect would be greatly appriciated.

-- Scott

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#15 posted 484 days ago

Thanks for all the positive comments on my table. That’s why I like using this site! I did not use any plans to build this project. I knew the purpose of the table and built it around the space I needed. I started from the ground up and made changes as I went. My top was the last part of the project.

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